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Full text of "Annual report of the Town of Rindge, New Hampshire"

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Annual Reports 

of the 

Town Officers 

and 

Inventory of Polls and 
Ratable Property 

of 

RINDGE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

for the Year Ending December 31, 1963 

and 

School District Officers 

for the year Ending June 30, 1963 

Please bring this copy of own Report 
to town meeting and school meeting 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 

of the 

TOWN OFFICERS 

of 

RINDGE, N. H. 

for the year ended 

DECEMBER 31, 1963 



Adams Printing Corp. 
Templeton, Mass. 



INDEX 

Town Warrant 5 

List of Town Officers 11 

Abstract of Business Transacted, 

Town Meeting March 13, 1963 13 

Report of Fire Department 21 

Budget 22 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 26 

Appropriations and Taxes 28 

Appropriations and Expenditures 30 

Financial Report 32 

Schedule of Town Property 38 

Town Auditor's Report 38 

Detailed Statement of Payments 39 

Report of Town Clerk 48 

Report of Tax Collector 49 

Report of Town Treasurer 52 

Report of Overseer of Public Welfare 55 

Report of Highway Agent 56 

Report of Police Department 63 

Report of Trustees of Trust Funds 64 

Summary of Trust Funds 71 

Ingalls Memorial Library 72 

Report of Library Trustees 75 

Index of School District 80 

Vital Statistics Ill 

Resident & Non-Resident Valuation, 

Real & Personal On colored paper 

Fire Warden Letter Inside back cover 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 
in 2013 



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THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 



TOWN WARRANT 



To the inhabitants of the Town of Rindge, in the County 
of Cheshire, State of New Hampshire, qualified to vote in Town 
Affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in Rindge 
Center in said Town of Rindge on Tuesday, the tenth day of 
March next, at nine of the clock in the forenoon to act upon 
the following subjects: 

To choose all necessary Town Officers and School District 
Officers for the year ensuing. 

To bring in your votes for the election of Delegates-at- 
Large, Alternate Delegates-at-Large, District Delegates and 
Alternate District Delegates to the National Convention of the 
various Political Parties to be held to nominate candidates for 
President and Vice-President of the United States. 

To choose Delegates to the Constitutional Convention. 

To vote on the question: "Shall sweepstake tickets be sold 
in this town?" 

Polls will remain open until six of (he clock in the after- 
noon. 

The business meeting will be called lo order at seven of 
the clock in the afternoon to act upon the following subjects: 

Article 1. To raise such sums of money as may be 
necessary to defray Town charges for the ensuing year and 
make appropriations of the same. 



Article 2. To hear and act upon the reports of the 
Selectmen and Town Treasurer, Town Clerk, Overseer of Public 
Welfare, and reports of all agents, Committees and Officers 
heretofore chosen and act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 3. To see if the Voters will authorize the Select- 
men and Town Treasurer to borrow money in anticipation of 
the collection of taxes for the current year, and to issue in the 
name of the Town negotiable notes therefor, said notes to be 
repaid during the current year from taxes collected within the 
current year. 

Article 4. To see what method the Town will adopt to 
collect taxes. 

Article 5. To see what action the Town wishes to take 
regarding overdrafts and unexpended balances. 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $2,000.00 to provide for the retirement 
and replacement of obsolete and worn out equipment in the 
Highway Department or act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the surf of $1,000.00 for the purchase of metal 
culvert pipes to replace broken and defective units or act in 
any way relating thereto. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 to be accumulated for the 
replacement of worn and obsolete equipment for the Fire De- 
partment. (By petition) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to execute in the name of the Town of Rindge a 
deed of the Dandlein Property so called to Daniel J. and Rita 
G. Hayes as a replacement of the original deed that was lost 
by the Grantees. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to authorize 
the Selectmen to draw an amount not exceeding $2,000.00 
from the Highway Equipment Fund for the repair of the 
fTodd) International truck and the Hough Loader or take 
any other action relating thereto. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to accept the 
following ordinance or act in any way relating thereto: 



Be it ordained by the Town of Rindge in legal Town 
Meeting convened that the practice of going in and upon 
private residences in the Town of Rindge by Solicitors, 
peddlers, hawkers, itinerant merchants or transient ven- 
ders of merchandise without first obtaining a peddler's 
license from the Selectmen subject to a fee of $1.00 for 
the purpose of soliciting orders for the sale of goods, 
wares, merchandise and disposing of and/or peddling or 
hawking the same is declared to be a nuisance and punish- 
able as such as a misdomeanor and subject to a fine not 
exceeding $10.00. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to accept a 
trust fund in the amount of $580.33, plus interest of $5.80, 
to be known as the Edna Hood and Eliza Smith Fund, the in- 
come of which is to be used for the "Benefit of The Worthy 
Poor." 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $1,000.00 to surface the parking area 
in back of the Library, repair the front walk and install steps 
from the parking area to the walk at the side of the building 
or take any other action relating thereto. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $500.00 to survey and lay out lots and 
avenues in the new cemetery area or take any other action 
relating thereto. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to reclassify 
that section of the so-called North Road from Dana Knight's 
property to land owned by William H. Stoddard subject to gates 
and bars or take any other action relating thereto. 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to increase the 
number of Library Trustees from three to six members by the 
election of three additional members, one for a three year term, 
one for a two year term and one for a one year term, at the 
Annual Town Meeting in March, 1965, or act in any way re- 
lating thereto. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
present Zoning Ordinance as follows or act in any way relating 
thereto : 

ARTICLE III, Section E: "The following types of signs 
shall be permitted: Town, State and Federal Highway direc- 
tional and regulatory signs; historic signs; school and church 



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signs. The following types of signs shall be permitted after a 
ncnnit has been granted: those relating to the sale or lease of 
the premises; the professional or home occupation of the occu- 
pant if he is a resident of Rindge or a business firm of Rindge 
or a business of a contiguous Town; property restriction signs; 
identification signs of residences; the sale of goods or products 
sold on the premises; except that in all such cases no sign or 
group of signs shall exceed twenty-five square feet in area, ex- 
cept that on the premises of a business signs may be located 
not over 200 feet from the business structure and in a size 
not to exceed fifty square feet in area." 

To add a new section to ARTICLE V to be numbered "5.": 
"A business may be established in the Residential- Agricultural 
area." 

To add a new section to ARTICLE IV to be lettered "C": 
"Tenting and camping areas may be established adjacent to 
Divol Pond." 

Amend ARICLE XIII, Section C, by striking out the words 
"of the household" and changing "resident" to "residence" so 
that the section will read: "Home Produce means and includes 
everything of an agricultural nature grown, produced, condi- 
tioned or otherwise carried on the property of the resident, also 
such articles as are manufactured or altered by members of the 
bona fide residence of any property." 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to abandon 
subject to gates and bars that section of road beyond the John 
Weidner residence which has a dead-end, near the Alan 
Downey property, or take any other action relating thereto. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $2,500.00 for the use of the Rindge 
Civil Defense or take any action relating thereto, any expendi- 
ture of monies raised and appropriated for the use of Civil 
Defense of Rindge shall be subject to the approval of the Board 
of Selectmen or a majority of them. (By petition) 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $250.00 to purchase an additional air 
pack for the Fire Department or take any other action relating 
thereto. (By petition) 

Article 21. To see if the Town will vote to hold Town 
Meeting and voting at the Rindge Memorial School Auditorium 
next year because of the lack of space at the Meeting House 
Building. (By petition) 



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Article 22. To see if the Town will vote to raise and 
appropriate the sum of $30.00 to rent audio-amplification equip- 
ment for Town Meetings. (By petition) 

Article 23. To take up any matters that may properly 
come before this meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this twenty-first day of 
February in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and sixty- 
four. 

DONALD SPECKMAN 
HAROLD E. SAVAGE 
DANA L. KNIGHT 

Selectmen of Rindge 

A true copy of Warrant Attest: 

DONALD SPECKMAN 
HAROLD E. SAVAGE 
DANA L. KNIGHT 

Selectmen of Rindge 



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TOWN OFFICERS 



Moderator 

JAMES F. ALLEN 

Town Clerk and Treasurer 
ROLAND C. GODDARD 

Selectmen and Assessors 

DONALD E. SPECKMAN HAROLD E. SAVAGE 

DANA L. KNIGHT 

Tax Collector 

FLORENCE E. STEBBINS 

Overseer of Public Welfare 

FLORENCE E. STEBBINS 

Supervisors of the Check List 

CARRIE S. GRAY AMY G. WHITE 

BETTY PANGBORN 

Auditors 

WALTER A. CLEVELAND RALPH L. HOYT, JR. 

Fire Wardens 

RUSSELL E. WHITE RALPH L. HOYT, JR. 

RICHARD FORD 



Health Officers 

JOHN B. CROSBY, JR. 



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Librarian 
CARRIE S. GRAY 

Highway Agent 
JOHN B. CROSBY, JR. 

Constables 

ERNEST L. GOODALL, Chief 
JOHN B. CROSBY, JR. RAYMOND A. HOYT 

Library Trustees 

BETTY S. PANGBORN EDWIN B. KLEIN 

JOHN B. RICE 

Trustees of Trust Funds 

ALICE H. CONVERSE LEO F. MacINNIS 

HAROLD H. RICE 

Representative to the General Court 

JAMES F. ALLEN 



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ABSTRACT OF BUSINESS TRANSACTED 

AT THE ANNUAL TOWN MEETING 

MARCH 12, 1963 

OFFICERS ELECTED: 

Town Clerk Roland C. Goddard 

Town Treasurer Roland C. Goddard 

Selectman for 3 years Dana L. Knight 

Highway Agent John B. Crosby, Jr. 

Tax Collector Florence E. Stebbins 

Overseer of Public Welfare Florence E. Stebbins 

Library Trustee for 3 years John B. Rice 

Trustee of Trust Funds for 3 years Harold H. Rice 

Constables John B. Crosby, Jr., 

Ernest L. Goodall, Raymond A. Hoyt 
Auditors Walter A. Cleveland, Ralph L. Hoyt, Jr. 

The following resolution was presented by Gunnar Ander- 
son, Selectman, and passed by a unanimous vote: 

TOWN OF RINDGE, NEW HAMPSHIRE 

RESOLUTION 

HONORING KONSTA AND EMMA PENTTILA 

WHEREAS, 

In 1910, Konsta Penttila did choose to make his home in 
the Town of Rindge, and 

WHEREAS, 

In September, 1917, Emma Janhunen did him the great 
honor of becoming his wife, and that this union was blessed 
with two children — Alma and Helen, and 

WHEREAS, 

Konsta Penttila is a loyal and active member of the High- 
way Department for over fifty-two years; a Custodian of The 
First Congregational Church and Town Hall, conscientiously 
fulfilling his duties over a period of thirty years; a dependable 
charter member of the Rindge Volunteer Fire Department for 
over thirty-six years; and 



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WHEREAS, 

Emma Penttila is a devoted mother, loyal friend and 
neighbor, servant of the Church, and one in whom a great 
many households in Rindge are dependent on her continued 
and trusted domestic interests, and 

WHEREAS, 

The people of Rindge feel unstinted love and gratitude for 
their unselfish labors; therefore, 

BE IT RESOLVED, 

That we, the Selectmen of Rindge, do recognize and pay 
tribute to Konsta and Emma Penttila for their dedicated service 
to the Church, the Town and its People, and to their exempli- 
fication of good neighbors, 

AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, 

That this Resolution be spread upon the records of the 
Rindge Town Meeting of March, 1963, and a copy of these 
Resolutions be presented to Konsta and Emma Penttila. 

GUNNAR R. ANDERSON 
DONALD SPECKMAN 
HAROLD E. SAVAGE 
Selectmen 

Article 1. To raise such sums of money as may be neces- 
sary to defray Town charges for the ensuing year and make 
appropriations of the same. 

Article 1. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $87,074.17 for the following purposes: 

Town Officers' Salaries $ 3,225.00 

Town Officers' Expenses 2,700.00 

Election and Registration Expnses 150.00 
Expenses of Town Hall & Other Town Buildings 1,400.00 

Employees' Retirement & Social Security 1,300.00 

Police Department 2,700.00 

Fire Department 4,000.00 

Damages and Legal Expenses 200.00 

Civil Defense 100.00 

Health Department 50.00 

Vital Statistics 25.00 

Town Dumps 800.00 

Oil and Solvay 10,000.00 

Town Maintenance — Summer 9,000.00 

Town Maintenance — Winter 25,000.00 

Street Lighting 2,625.00 

General Expenses of Highway Department 1,200.00 



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Town Road Aid 


1,141.17 


Libraries 


1,500.00 


Public Welfare 


1,300.00 


Memorial Day 


300.00 


Parks and Playgrounds 


650.00 


Cemeteries 


500.00 


Regional Association 


203.00 


Interest on Temporary Loans 


700.00 


Interest on Long Term Notes and Bonds 


530.00 


Christmas Tree Lighting 


75.00 


Payment of Principal of Debt on 




Long-Term Notes 


4,500.00 


County Taxes 


11,200.00 


TOTAL 


$87,074.17 



Article 2. To hear and act upon the reports of the Select- 
men and Town Treasurer, Town Clerk, Overseer of Public Wel- 
fare, and reports of all agents, Committees and Officers hereto- 
fore chosen and act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 2. Mrs. Clara Seymour gave a report of the prog- 
ress of the Historical Committee. 

Mr. Robert Hindmarsh reported that the Town and Church 
Committee were making progress and recommended that the 
Committee be continued for another year. 

Mr. Arthur Chase reported for the Civilian Defense Com- 
mittee and presented the following Resolution : 

RESOLUTION 

WHEREAS, 

The Civil Defense Committee of the Town of Rindge, 
N. H., has decided, after careful consideration, that two (2) 
generators and one (1) base radio station is needed as a mini- 
mum of defense in case of war or natural disaster, 

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, 

That the Town of Rindge, N. H., raise and appropriate 
the sum of Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($750) and that 
the State of New Hampshire be requested to give in matching 
funds the sum of Seven Hundred and Fifty Dollars ($750) 
for two (2) generators and one (1) radio base station, and 
move its adoption. 

Rindge Civil Defense Committee 

This resolution was adopted but it was voted indefinitely 
to postpone action on this resolution. 



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Mr. Harold Savage presented the following resolution, 
which was adoptd: 

That the Town authorize a Committee to explore the pos- 
sibilities of having a 200th Anniversary in 1968 and report at 
a future Town Meeting, said Committee to constitute one mem- 
ber of the Historical Committee, one from the School Com- 
mittee, and one from the Board of Selectmen. 

It was voted to accept the reports of the Town Officers as 
printed. 

Article 3. To see if the Voters will authorize the Select- 
men and Town Treasurer to borrow money in anticipation of 
the collection of taxes for the current year, and to issue in the 
name of the Town negotiable notes therefor, said notes to be 
repaid during the current year from taxes collected within the 
current year. 

Article 3. It was voted that the Selectmen and Town 
Treasurer be authorized to borrow money in the anticipation 
of the collection of taxes for the current year and to issue 
in the name of the Town negotiable notes therefor, said notes 
to be repaid during the current year from taxes collected within 
the current year. 

Article 4. To see what method the Town will adopt to 
collect taxes. 

Article 4. It was voted that the Town allow a discount 
of 2% on property taxes if paid within ten days of present- 
ation of bill or 1% if paid within 30 days and that no discount 
be allowed after December 1st. 

Article 5. To see what action the Town wishes to take re- 
garding overdrafts and unexpended balances. 

Article 5. It was voted that the unexpended balances be 
used to reduce the overdrafts and that the following special ap- 
propriations be retained for the purpose that they were estab- 
lished: 

Historical Appropriation $ 341.83 

Town Map 100.00 

Cleaning Water Holes 29.40 

Highway Equipment Fund 2,169.80 

Library Parking Area 82.90 

Danforth Road 655.01 

$3,378.94 



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Article 6. To see if the Town wiE! vote to ratify, approve 
and confirm the action of the Rindge Fire Department in joining 
the Southwestern New Hampshire District Fire Mutual Aid System 
in 1958 and in agreeing that our Fire Department may give 
and receive outside aid as provided in R.S.A. 154 as amended 
or act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 6. A Motion was made and seconded to ratify, 
approve and confirm the action of the Rindge Fire Department 
in joining the Southwestern New Hampshire District Fire 
Mutual Aid System in 1958 and in agreeing that our Fire De- 
partment may give and receive outside aid as provided in R.S.A. 
154 as amended. Voted by voice, unanimously. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,400.00 for the purchase of a Flink Model 
HD42 Hydraulic Tailgate sand spreader or act in any way re- 
lating thereto. 

Article 7. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,400.00 for the purchase of a Flink Model HD42 Hydraulic 
Tailgate sand spreader. 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to accept a trust 
fund to be known as the CARL R. CONVERSE SCHOLARSHIP 
FUND, the income only therefrom to be used to provide scholar- 
ships to any deserving boy or girl who is a resident of Rindge 
and who is continuing his or her education beyond high school. 

Article 8. It was voted to accept a trust fund to be known 
as the CARL R. CONVERSE SCHOLARSHIP FUND, the income 
only therefrom to be used to provide scholarships to any de- 
serving boy or girl who is a resident of Rindge and who is con- 
tinuing his or her education beyond High School. 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $2,000.00 to provide for the retirement 
and replacement of obsolete and worn out equipment in the 
Highway Department or act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 9. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $2,000.00 to provide for the retirement and replacement of 
obsolete and worn out equipment in the Highway Department. 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,000.00 for the purchase of metal cul- 
vert pipes to replace broken and defective units or act in any 
way relating thereto. 



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Article 10. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,000.00 for the purchase of metal culvert pipes to replace 
broken and defective units. 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $500.00 to surface the center avenue in 
Hillside Cemetery or take any other action relating thereto. 

Article 11. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $500.00 to surface the center avenue in Hillside Cemetery. 
Standing Vote: Yes — 81; No — 34. 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $500.00 to move the back wall of Hillside 
Cemetery and relay on the east property line of the new ceme- 
tery area or take any other action relating thereto. 

Article 12. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $500.00 to move the back wall of Hillside Cemetery and re- 
lay on the east property line of the new cemetery area. Stand- 
ing Vote: Yes — 67; No — 41. 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,000.00 to be accumulated for the re- 
placement of worn and obsolete equipment for the Fire Depart- 
ment. (By petition) 

Article 13. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $1,000.00 to be accumulated for the replacement of worn 
and obsolete equipment for the Fire Department. 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $800.00 to purchase a base radio for the 
Fire Station which will enable the Department to use a Tone 
Control System through the Mutual Aid Control Center. (By 
petition) 

Article 14. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $800.00 to purchase a base radio for the Fire Station which 
will enable the Department to use a Tone Control System 
through the Mutual Aid Control Center. 

Article 15. To see if the Town will adopt the Municipal 
Budget Act or act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 15. It was voted to postpone indefinitely any 
action on this article. 



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Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $600.00 to purchase a two-way radio for 
the Police Department or act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 16. It was voted to raise and appropriate the sum 
of $600.00 to purchase a two-way radio for the Police Depart- 
ment. 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to abandon a 
section of road leading from Todd Hill to the Rindge Center 
store by the Fuller property, and also that section of the road 
leading from Todd Hill to Route 202, north and west of the hay 
scales, or act in any way relating thereto. 

Article 17. It was voted to abandon a section of road 
leading from Todd Hill to the Rindge Center Store by the Fuller 
property, and also that section of the road leading from Todd 
Hill to Route 202, north and west of the hay scales, in the 
winter only. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to discontinue 
the plowing of private driveways or take any other action re- 
lating thereto. (By petition) 

Article 18. It was voted indefinitely to postpone any ac- 
tion on this article. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Rindge as follows: 

Article III — Section E: The following types of signs 
shall be permitted after a permit has been granted: Town, 
State and Federal Highway directional and regulatory 
signs; historic signs; church signs; those relating to the 
sale or lease of the premises; the profession or home occu- 
pation of the occupant; property restriction signs; identifi- 
cation signs for residences; he sale of goods or products 
sold on the premises; except that in such cases no sign or 
group of signs shall exceed twenty-five square feet in area. 
Business directional signs shall not exceed two square feet 
in area. 

Article IV — Section B (1): Frontage — Every dwelling 
shall have a minimum lot frontage of 100 feet on any body 
of water. 



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Article VII — Section B: The Board of Selectmen shall 
issue any and all building and sign permis requested when 
such is in accordance with the provisions of this ordinance. 

Article XIII — Section E: Frontage in the Residential- 
Agricultural district means the length of the lot bordering 
on the public right of way; when located in the Recreational 
district, means length of lot bordering on any body of 
water. 

Article 19. It was voted to amend ARTICLE III — Sec- 
tion E of the Town Zoning Ordinance as follows: 

The following types of signs shall be permitted after 
a permit has been granted: Town, State, Federal Highway 
directional and regulatory signs; Historic signs; School 
and Church signs; those relating to the sale or lease of 
the premises, the professional or home occupation of oc- 
cupant if he is a resident of Rindge or a business firm of 
Rindge or a business of a contiguous Town; property re- 
striction signs, identification signs of residences; the sale 
of goods or products sold on premises, except that in such 
cases no sign or group of signs shall exceed twenty-five 
square feet in area. 

It was voted to postpone indefinitely action on Article IV 
— Section B; Article VII — Section B; and Article XIII — Sec- 
tion E of the Town Zoning Ordinance. 

Article 20. To take up any matters that may properly 
come before this meeting. 

Article 20. No business presented. 

It was voted to adjourn at 11:10 P.M., March 12, 1963. 

Given under our hands and seal this eighteenth day of 
February in the year of our Lord nineteen hundred and sixty- 
three. 

GUNNAR R. ANDERSON 
DONALD E. SPECKMAN 
HAROLD E. SAVAGE 
Selectmen of Rindge 



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REPORT OF RINDGE FIRE DEPARTMENT 

For Year Ending December 31, 1963 

Record of Fire Calls: 

House fire calls 13 

Houses lost 1 Barn 1 Camp 

Chimney fire calls 2 

Mutual Aid Calls (out of Town) 2 

Automobile and other equipment calls 3 

Dump fires 9 

Forest and grass calls 5 

Controlled fires burning grass for owners 1 

Resusitator calls 2 

Mutual Aid help (from other Depts.) 8 

Mutual Aid help (times participating) 4 

Man Days at Fire School 7 

Man Hours — State Sponsored School 144 

Man Hours — Truck and Equipment training 96 

By a diligent observance of Safety Rules by the Rindge 
residents, we should be able to improve on this years fine rec- 
ord. 

RUSSELL E. WHITE 

Fire Chief 

REPORT FROM FIRE MUTUAL AID SYSTEM — KEENE 

Calls for assistance 73 

Pieces of Apparaus dispatched 437 

Telephone calls handled 30,000 

Radio fire transmissions 15,799 

Radio Police transmissions 14,482 

Fire Units covered 178 

Police cars covered 23 



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BUDGET OF THE TOWN OF RINDGE, N. H. 

ESTIMATES OF REVENUE AND EXPENDITURES FOR 
THE ENSUING YEAR JAN. 1, 1964 TO DEC. 31, 1964. 

COMPARED WITH 
ESTIMATED AND ACTUAL REVENUE, APPROPRI- 
ATIONS AND EXPENDITURES OF THE PREVIOUS 
YEAR JAN. 1, 1963 TO DEC. 31, 1963 



SOURCES OF REVENUE 



ESTIMATED 

REVENUE 

PREVIOUS 

YEAR 1963 



ACTUAL 

REVENUE 

PREVIOUS 

YEAR 1963 



ESTIMATED 
REVENUE 
ENSUING 

YEAR 1964 



From State: 
Interest and Dividends Tax $4,800.00 $4,774.02 $4,700.00 
Railroad Tax 25.00 

Savings Rank Tax 542.60 250.00 



Reimbursement a/c State and Federal 






forest lands 


150.00 


45.08 


45.00 


For Fighting Forest Fires 


75.00 


1,592.28 


100.00 


From Local Sources 








Except Taxes : 








Dog Licenses 


400.00 


468.00 


450.00 


Business Licenses, Permits and 








Filing Fees 


50.00 


48.00 


50.00 


Rent of Town Hall and 








Other Buildings 




107.00 




Interest Received on Taxes 








and Deposits 


800.00 


595.26 


600.00 


Income from Trust Funds 


5,635.16 


6,062.06 


5,863.87 



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Income of Departments : 

Highway, including rental 
of equipment 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 

Sale of Town Property 



ESTIMATED 


PREVIOUS 


ESTIMATED 


REVENUE 


YEAR 1963 


REVENUE 


PREVIOUS 


ACTUAL 


ENSUING 


YEAR 1963 


REVENUE 


YEAR 1964 



1,000.00 
7,500.00 



7,256.73 

9,805.33 

87.50 



1,000.00 
8,000.00 



From Local Taxes Other Than 
Property Taxes: 

(a) Poll Taxes - Reg. at $2 636.00 

(b) National Bank Stock Taxes 59.00 

(c) Yield Taxes 100.00 



640.00 


640.00 


59.00 


59.00 


2,593.56 


100.00 



Total Revenues from all Sources 

Except Property Taxes $21,230.16 $34,676.42 $21,857.87 



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PURPOSES OF EXPENDITURES 

Actual Estimated 

Appropriations Expenditures Expenditures 
Previous Previous Ensuing 

Year 1963 Year 1963 Year 1964 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 
Town Officers' Salaries $3,225.00 $2,929.20* $3,500.00 

Town Officers' Expenses 2,700.00 2,851.97* 2,900.00 

Election and Registration 

Expenses 150.00 158.00* 500.00 

Expenses Town Hall and Other 

Town Buildings 1,400.00 1,187.83* 1,300.00 

Employees' Reirement and 

Social Security 1,300.00 1,190.02 1,300.00 

Protection of Persons 
and Property: 

Police Department 2,700.00 2,781.35* 2,700.00 

Fire Department 4,000.00 6,727.52* 4,000.00 

Damages and Legal Expenses 200.00 200.00 

Civil Defense 100.00 

Health : 

Health Department 50.00 50.00 

Vital Statistics 25.00 20.50 25.00 

Town Dumps 800.00 790.75 800.00 

Highways and Bridges : 

Oil and Solvay 10,000.00 10,142.07 10,000 00 

Town Maintenance— Summer 9,000.00 11,790.28 9,000.00 

Town Maintenance— Winter 25,000.00 25,688.09 25,000.00 

Street Lighting 2,625.00 2,620.32 2,625.00 
General Expenses of 

Highway Department 1,200.00 1,181.07 1,200.00 

Town Road Aid 1,141.17 1,141.17 1,135.52 

Libraries: 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 

Public Welfare : 
Town Poor 1,300.00 1,600.00 1,500.00 



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Actual Estimated 

Appropriations Expenditures Expenditures 
Previous Previous Ensuing 

Year 1963 Year 1963 Year 1964 

Patriotic Purposes: 
Memorial Day 300.00 235.51 300.00 

Recreation : 
Parks and Playgrounds 650.00 440.88 500.00 

Public Service Enterprises: 
Cemeteries 500.00 546.01* 500.00 

Regional Association 203.00 203.00 250.00 

Interest : 
On Temporary Loans 700.00 626.38 700.00 

On Long Term Notes and Bonds 530.00 426.96 400.00 

Miscellaneous : 
Christmas Tree Lighting 75.00 40.89 50.00 

Payment on Principal of Debt : 
Long Term Notes 4,500.00 4,500.00 4,500.00 

County Taxes 11,200.00 10,701.93 13,500.00 

Total Expenditures $87,074.17 $92,021.70* 89,935.52 

''Includes F.O.A.B. Deductions 



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SUMMARY INVENTORY OF VALUATION 
OF THE TOWN OF RINDGE, 1963 



Description of Property 

Lands and Buildings 

House Trailers (12) 

Mills and Machinery 

Electric Plants 

Mature Wood and Timber 

Stock in Trade 

Boats and Launches (96) 

Horses and Mules (2) 

Cows (150) 

Other Neat Stock (18) 

Sheep and Goats (50) 

Hogs (5) 

Fowls (4,400) 

Gasoline Pumps and Tanks 

Road Building and Construction Machinery 



Valuation 

$7,526,490.00 

41,300.00 

51,100.00 

508,772.00 

400.00 

22,100.00 

6,975.00 

100.00 

14,370.00 

900.00 

500.00 

50.00 

2,200.00 

18,200.00 

12,400.00 



Total Valuation Bfore Exemptions Allowed $8,205,857.00 
Less: Veterans' Exemptions 60,800.00 



Net Valuation on Which 

Tax Rate is Computed 



$8,145,057.00 



ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITY COMPANIES 
New England Power Company $270,760.00 

New Hampshire Electric Company 238,012.00 



TOTAL 



$508,772.00 



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Amount of property valuation exempted to veterans $60,800.00 
Number of inventories distributed 965 

Number of inventories returned 712 

Number of veterans who received property exemption 61 
Number of veterans exempted from poll tax 108 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 

DONALD SPECKMAN 
HAROLD E. SAVAGE 
DANA L. KNIGHT 

Selectmen of Rindge 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND 
TAXES ASSESSED, 1963 



Appropriations Amount 

Town Officers' Salaries $3,225.00 

Town Office Administrative Expenses 2,700.00 

Election and Registration Expenses 150.00 

Town Hall and Buildings Maintenance 1,400.00 

Social Security and Retirement Contributions 1,300.00 

Police Department 2,700.00 

Fire Department 4,000.00 

Damages and Legal Expenses 200.00 

Civilian Defense 100.00 

Health Department 50.00 

Vital Statistics 25.00 

Dump Maintenance 800.00 
Town Maintenance (Summer $9,000) ( Winter $25,000) 

(Oil and Solvay $10,000) 44,000.00 

Street Lighting 2,625.00 

General Expenses of Highway Department 1,200.00 

Town Road Aid 1,141.17 

Libraries 1,500.00 

Public Relief 1,300.00 

Memorial Day 300.00 

Parks and Playgrounds 650.00 

Cemeteries 500.00 

Advertising and Regional Association 20300 

Special Appropriation for Police Radio 600.00 
Special Appropriation for Obsolete Fire Equipment 1,000.00 

Special Appropriation for Fire Dept. Base Radio 800.00 

Special Appropriation for Flink Sand Spreader 1,400.00 
Special Appropriation for Obsolete 

Highway Equipment 2,000.00 

Special Appropriation for Metal Culverts 1,000.00 
Special Appropriation for Surfacing Avenue in 

Hillside Cemetery 500.00 
Special Appropriation for Moving Back Wall of 

Hillside Cemetery 500.00 
Payment on Debt (Principal $4,500) (Interest $530) 5,030.00 



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Interest on Temporary Loans 
Christmas Tree Lighting 

Total Town Appropriations 



700.00 
75.00 



$83,674.17 



Less : Estimated Revenues and Credits 

Interest and Dividends Tax $4,774.02 

Railroad Tax 25.00 

Savings Bank Tax 542.60 
Reimbursement a/c State and 

Federal Lands 150.00 

Revenue from Yield Tax Sources 600.00 

Interest Received on Taxes and Deposits 800.00 
Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees 50.00 

Dog Licenses 400.00 

Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 7,500.00 

Rent of Highway Equipment 1,000.00 

Income from Trust Funds 5,635.16 

National Bank Stock Taxes 61.00 

Poll Taxes at $2.00 (Number 450) 900.00 

Reimbursement a/c Forest Fires 75.00 



Total Revenues and Credits 

Net Town Appropriations 
Net School Appropriations 
County Tax Assessment 

Total of Town, School and County 
Add: Overlay 

Amount to be raised by Property Taxes 



$22,512.78 

$61,161.39 
99,738.55 
10,701.93 

$171,601.87 
4,331.36 

$175,933.23 



BE COMMITTED TO COLLECTOR 

$175,933.23 

Poll Taxes at $2.00 900.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 61.00 



TAXES TO 
Property Taxes 



Total Taxes to be committed 

Town Tax Rate — Approved by Tax Commission 



$176,894.23 
$2.16 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

OF THE TOWN OF RINDGE 

IN CHESHIRE COUNTY 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1963 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. 

February 10, 1964 

DONALD E. SPECKMAN 
HAROLD E. SAVAGE 
DANA L. KNIGHT 
Selectmen 

ROLAND C. GODDARD 
Treasurer 



Cash 



ASSETS 



$28,605.56 



Accounts Due to the Town : 
Due from State: 
(b) Bounties 



38.50 



Other bills due Town : 
(a) Trustees of Trust Funds — 
Electric Light Fund Income 

Unredeemed taxes: (from tax sale on account of) 
(b) Levy of 1952 

(c) Levy of 1961 

(d) Previous Years 



5,863.87 



813.01 
1,062.64 
1,494.11 



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Uncollected Taxes : 




(a) Levy of 1963 

(e) State Head Taxes — Levy of 1963 


26,507.13 
770.00 


TOTAL ASSETS 


$65,154.82 


Net Debt — December 31, 1962 
Surplus — December 31, 1963 


$11,822.97 
205.70 


Decrease of Debt 


$11,617.27 



LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed by the Town : 

Unexpended Balances of Special Appropriations: 

Town Map $ 100.00 

Historical Appropriation 291.64 

Cleaning Water Holes 29.40 

Moving Wall — Hillside Cemetery 500.00 

Highway Equipment Fund 4,169.80 

Fire Dept. Equipment Fund 1,000.00 

Due to State 

(a) State Head Taxes — 1963 

(Uncollected $770) (Collected — not remitted to 

State Treas. $60) 830.00 

(b) Yield Tax — Bond & Debt Retirement 
(Uncollected $24.80) (Collected — not remitted 

to State Treas. $432.26) 457.06 

Due to School Districts: Balance of Appropriation 48,036.51 
Rindge Federal Tax Fund 534.71 

Long-Term Notes Outstanding: 

Fire Truck — 2 notes maturing 1964 and 1965 3,000.00 

Hough Loader— 2 notes maturing 1964 and 1965 4,. 000. 00 

Cemetery Acreage — 2 notes maturing 

1964 and 1965 2,000.00 



TOTAL LIABILITIES $64,949.12 

Excess of assets over liabilities (Surplus) 205.70 



GRAND TOTAL $65,154.82 



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RECEIPTS 

Current Revenue: 

From Local Taxes: (Collected and remitted to Treasurer) 

1 . Property Taxes — 

Current Year 1963 $147,503.27 

2. Poll Taxes — 

Current Year 1963 640.00 

3. National Bank Stock Taxes — 

1963 59.00 

4. Yield Taxes — 1963 2,242.63 

5. State Head Taxes at $5 — 1963 2,000.00 

6. Total Current Year's Taxes 

collected and remitted $152,444.90 

7. Property Taxes and Yield Taxes — 

Previous Years 21,156.40 

8. Poll Taxes — Previous Years 220.00 

9. State Head Taxes at $5 — Previous Years 665.00 

10. Interest received on Taxes 595.26 

11. Penalties on State Head Taxes 78.50 

12. Tax sales redeemed 2,950.01 

From State: 

13. For Highways and Bridges: 

(b) For Class V 

Highway maintenance 481.83 

14. Interest and dividends tax 4,774.02 

16. Savings Bank Tax 542.60 

17. Reimbursement a/c State and Federal 

forest lands 45.08 

Reimbursement a/c T.R.A. 7,607.81 

21. Fighting forest fires 1,592.28 
Reimbursement a/c Overpayment of 

Head Taxes 98.00 
Reimbursement a/c Head 

Tax Expense 11.40 

24. Bounties 30.00 

From Local Sources, Except Taxes: 

26. Dog Licenses 468.00 

27. Business licenses, permits and 

filing fees 48.00 

29. Rent of town property 107.00 

31 Income from trust funds 6,062.06 

32. Income from departments 7,668.32 
35. Motor vehicle permits 

(1962 — $310.85) 



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(1963 — $9,191.03) 

(1964 — $303.45) 9,805.33 



Total Current Revenue Receipts $217,451.80 

Receipts Other than Current Revenue : 

36. Temporary loans in anticipation of taxes 

during year 75,000.00 

40. Refunds 600.00 
42. New Trust Funds received 

during year 580.33 

44. Sale of town property 112.50 



Total Receipts Other than Current Revenue 76,292.83 



Total Receipts from All Sources $293,744.63 

Cash on hand January 1, 1963 26,164.16 



GRAND TOTAL $319,908.79 



PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 
General Government: 

1. Town Officers' Salaries $2,557.14 

2. Town Officers' Expenses 2,843.62 

3. Election & Registration Expenses 153.53 

5. Expenses Town Hall and Other 

Town Buildings 1,179.30 

Protection of Persons and Property : 

6. Police Department 2,708.99 
8. Fire Department, including 

forest fires 6,725.25 

14. Bounties 46.00 

Health : 

16. Vital Statistics 20.50 

Cash Advance — Dump Account 100.00 

18. Town Dumps 790.75 

Highways and Bridges: 

Cash Advance — Highway 

Account 500.00 

19. Town Road Aid 1,141.17 

20. Town Maintenance (Summer $11,790.28) 

(Winter $25,688.09) (Oil and 
Solvay $10,142.07) 47,620.44 



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21. Street Lighting 2,620.32 

22. General Expenses of Highway 

Department 1,181.07 

State of N. H. — T.R.A. Loan 7,607.81 

Libraries : 

23. Library 1,500.00 

Public Welfare: 

25. Town Poor 1,600.00 

Patriotic Purposes: 

27. Memorial Day 235.51 

Recreation : 

29. Parks and Playgrounds 440.88 

Public Service Enterprises: 

31. Cemeteries 467.81 

Unclassified : 

Internal Revenue Service 334.29 

34. Advertising and Regional 

Associations 203.00 

35. Taxes Bought by Town 1,845.55 

36. Discounts, Abatements and 

Refunds 853.32 

37. Employees' Retirement and 

Social Security 1,190.02 



Total Current Maintenance Expenses $86,466.27 

Interest : 

38. Paid on Temporary Loans in Anticipation 

of taxes 626.38 

39. Paid on Long-Term Notes 426.96 



Total Interest Payments $1,053.34 

Miscellaneous : 

Bequest $ 580.33 

Old Cemetery 166.90 

Private Work 2,291.15 

Danforth Road 651.85 
Flink Tailgate Sand Spreader 1,450.00 

Surface Center Ave. — Hillside 

Cemetery 449.70 



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Two-Way Radio for Police Dept. 594.50 

Base Radio for Fire Dept. 1,075.64 

Historical Committee 48.88 

Christmas Tree Lighting 40.89 

Metal Culvert Pipes 990.43 



Total Outlay Payments $8,340.27 

Indebtedness : 

51. Payments on Temporary Loans in 

Anticipation of Taxes $75,000.00 

52. Payments on Long-Term Notes 4,500.00 



Total Indebtedness Payments $79,500.00 

Payments to Other Governmental Divisions : 

56. State Head Taxes paid State Treasurer 

(1963 Taxes $1,682.00) 

(Prior Years $811.50) $ 2,493.50 

57. Payment to State a/c Yield Tax 

Debt Retirement 266.88 

58. Taxes Paid to County 10,701.93 
State Treasurer — Boat Tax 41.41 

60. Payments to School Districts 
(1962 Tax $50,737.59) 
(1963 Tax $51,702.04) 102,439.63 



Total Payments to Other Governmental Divisions $115,943.35 



Total Payments for All Purposes $291,303.23 

Cash on hand December 31, 1963 28,605.56 



GRAND TOTAL $319,908.79 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 



1. Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $25,000.00 
Furniture and Equipment 2,000.00 

2. Libraries, Lands and Buildings 30,000.00 
Furniture and Equipment 15,000.00 

3. Police Department — Equipment 500.00 

4. Fire Department, Lands and Buildings 12,000.00 
Equipment 18,300.00 

5. Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 3,500.00 
Equipment 20,000.00 
Materials and Supplies 500.00 

6. Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 5,000.00 

9. Schools, Lands and Buildings 97,000.00 

Equipment 15,000.00 



Total $243,800.00 



AUDITORS 7 REPORT 

We have examined the accounts and records of the Select- 
men, Treasurer, Town Clerk, Overseer of Public Welfare, 
Collector of Taxes, Highway Agent, Library Trustees, and 
Trustees of Trust Funds of the Town of Rindge and have found 
them to be correctly cast and well vouched. 

WALTER A. CLEVELAND 
RALPH L. HOYT, JR. 
Auditors 

February 10, 1964 



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REPORT OF SELECTMEN 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF PAYMENTS 



Town Officers' Salaries 

Donald Speckman, Selectman $ 

Harold E. Savage, Selectman 

Dana L. Knight, Selectman 

Gunnar R. Anderson, Selectman 

Alice H. Converse, Trustee 

Walter A. Cleveland, Auditor 

Charles H. Rice, Jr., Auditor 

Roland C. Goddard, 

Town Clerk and Town Treasurer 
($270 withholding tax included) 

Florence E. Stebbins, Tax Collector and 
Overseer of Public Welfare 



55.00 
483.00 
414.00 
86.00 
78.00 
45.00 
32.50 

1,190.70 



545.00 



$2,929.20 



Town Officers' Expenses 

Donald Speckman, Selectman $ 5.92 

Harold E. Savage, Selectman 70.78 

Dana L. Knight, Selectman 34.74 

Gunnar R. Anderson, Selectman 6.00 
Roland C. Goddard, Town Treasurer and 

Town Clerk 82.23 
Florence E. Stebbins, Tax Collector and 

Overseer of Public Welfare 166.42 
Adams Printing Corp., annual reports and 

printed forms 912.00 

Assoc, of N. H. Assessors, dues 8.00 

Esther G. Bennett, list .40 

Branham Publishing Co., book 7.00 

Helen R. Burt, box rent and postage 157.50 

D. Reed Chaplin, Register 87.70 

Chase's, Inc., office supplies 261.09 

Dumaine Photos, radio supplies 110.00 



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Edith S. Fitzgerald, insurance and 

surety bonds 487.37 

Kennedy & Lovell, supplies 1.15 

Monadnock Ledger, notice 3.50 

Monadnock National Bank, box rent 5.00 

N. H. City and Town Clerks' Assoc, dues 3.00 
N. H. Dept. of Agriculture, inspec. town scales 5.00 

N. H. Secretary of State, engrossing fee 1.00 

N. H. Tax Collectors Assoc, dues 3.00 

Barbara P. Rice, bookkeeper and supplies 241.89 

Rindge Congregational Church, adjustment 46.00 

Sargent Brothers, printed forms 38.10 
Perry B. Thrasher, Sealer of 

Weights and Measures 12.00 

Wheeler and Clark, supplies 25.34 

Winchendon Courier, notices 69.84 



Election and Registrations 

Adams Printing Corp., ballots $ 35.00 

James F. Allan, Moderator 14.50 

Carrie S. Gray, Supervisor 24.50 

Ruth Hay den, Ballot Inspector 14.00 

Walter Hood, Ballot Inspector 14.00 

Elwin C. Jewell, Ballot Inspector 14.00 

Ralph H. Pangborn, Ballot Inspector 10.00 

Amy G. White, Supervisor 26.50 

Russell E. White, Assistant Moderator 5.50 



Town Hall 

Marshall S. Danforth, fuel oil 

and heater insurance $460.60 

Roland C. Goddard, town clock 50.00 

Bruno W. Koski, thawing water pipes 19.50 
Lauder Electric Co., service and supplies 54.66 

Letourneau Insurance Agency 62.05 

N. H. Electric Co. 287.23 

Emma Penttila, service 7.00 

Konsta Penttila, service 235.00 

Barbara P. Rice, door mat 3.79 

Russell E. White, town clock 8.00 



$2,851.97 



$158.00 



$1,187.83 



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Police Department 

Ernest L. Goodall, Chief $1,250.49 

John B. Crosby, Jr., Constable 89.15 

Raymond A. Hoyt, Constable 548.54 

Leslie G. Coffin, Jr., Special Police 341.69 

Donald A. Donaway, Special Police 172.76 

James A. Hoyt, Special Police 44.60 

Richard T. Rice, Dog Officer 96.52 

David K. Welch, Special Police 145.00 

Howard Chase, service 4.50 

Roy I. Longever, service 8.50 

Laurence W. Clayton, badges 11.45 

Cobleigh Clothing Co., supplies 20.90 

O'Donnell's, supplies 25.50 

G. H. Tilden Co., supplies 13.50 

Winchendon Courier, forms 8.25 



Fire Department 

A & H Fire Extinguisher Service, 

supplies and service $ 

Laura Baldwin, refreshments 
Elie Belletete & Sons, supplies 
Centre Store, gas 
Christie & Thompson, supplies 
Walter A. Cleveland, supplies 
James A. Coffin, supplies 
Marshall S. Danforth, heater ins. 
Richard Dykstra, repairs 
Edith S. Fitzgerald, insurance 
N. R. Fogg & Son, fuel and gas 
Willis Fogg, transportation 
Freddie's Jenney Service, gas and supplies 
Roland C. Goddard, insurance 
Walter Hood, service 
Hope Rubber Co., supplies 
Keene Two-Way Radio Service, 

service and supplies 
Kennedy & Lovell, gas 
Lauder Electric Co., repairs 
G. L. Merriam Co., nitrogen and supplies 
Nattila Sales & Service, repairs 
N. E. Telephone & Tel. Co. 
N. H. Electric Co. 
Pioneer Printing Co., cards 



20.00 


4.98 


62.32 


7.85 


5.04 


35.21 


49.98 


28.50 


5.00 


294.00 


275.94 


7.00 


70.88 


345.08 


62.50 


138.00 


72.55 


5.28 


11.63 


84.55 


6.00 


672.83 


206.73 


28.05 



$2,781.35 



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Rindge Fire Co.. firemen's salaries 420.00 

Rindge Fire Co., payment of work tickets 831.90 
Southwestern N. H. Fire Mutual Aid, 

dues and tel. listing 24.00 

Twin State Electrical Supply, supplies 46.70 

Russell E. White, supplies 16.00 

Harold E. Savage, Forest Fire Account 2,889.02 



2 28 


Training Meeting $ 


69.01 




4 19 


Posting Signs 


14.50 




4 20 


West Rindge Dump 


12.50 




4 29 


East Rindge Dump 


9.40 




5/4 


West Rindge Dump 


12.50 




6/2 


West Rindge Dump 


10.00 




6/3 


West Rindge Dump 


7.50 




6/4 


East Rindge Dump 


5.00 




6/25 


Permits Issued 


15.45 




7/23 


Rindge Center — 








Rte. 202 


23.00 




7/24 


East Rindge Dump 


11.25 




7/26 


Annett Reserv. 








Hubbard 


245.05 




8/28 


Paradise Island 


36.50 




9/26-10/14 near F. P. 








College 2,023.55 




10/16 


Rte. 202 — 








E. Murdock 


17.60 




10/30 


Fire Ban Patrolling 


366.21 




12/31 


Permits Issued 


10.00 






$2,889.02 










$6,727.52 




Bounties 




Donald Speckman 




$ 4.00 


Harold E. 


Savage 




18.50 


Dana L. Knight 




23.50 



$46.00 

Vital Statistics 

Roland C. Goddard, permits $20.50 

Care of Dumps 

John B. Crosby, Jr., orders $790.75 



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Highway Department 

Summer $11,790.28 

Winter 25,688.09 

Oil and Solvay 10,142.07 

T.R.A. Appropriation 1,141.17 



$48,761.61 



General Expenses of Highway Department 

Elie Belletete & Sons, supplies $ 95.39 

Bibeau's Hardware Co., supplies 18.55 

DeMambro Radio Supply Co., supplies 34.30 

Edith S. Fitzgerald, insurance 846.73 

Letourneau Insurance Agency 153.10 

N. H. State Dept. of Public Works, signs 33.00 



$1,181.07 



Street Lighting 

N. H. Electric Company $2,620.32 

Libraries 

Ingalls Memorial Library $1,500.00 

Public Welfare 

Florence E. Stebbins, Overseer $1,600.00 



Memorial Day 

Conant High School, band $100.00 

Eagle Flag Co., flags 22.09 

Kennedy & Lovell, refreshments 43.42 
Winchendon Flower Shop, 

plants and wreaths 70.00 



$235.51 



Parks and Playgrounds 

John B. Crosby, Jr., orders $430.90 

James B. McGregor, supplies 9.98 



$440.88 



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Cemeteries 

Eli Belletcte & Sons, supplies 

Donald Cramb, service 

Freddies Jenney Service, supplies 

H. Gilmore & Co., supplies 

Francis T. Lambert 

James B. McGregor, repairs 

Raymond's Store, supplies 

Russell M. Raymond, service 

Robert Tatar, service 

Myron Tenney, service and expenses 



$ 67.68 


20.25 


1.08 


3.98 


86.40 


80.45 


8.85 


247.85 


8.10 


21.37 



$546.01 



Regional Association 

Monadnock Region Association 



$203.00 



Taxes Bought by the Town 

Florence E. Stebbins, Tax Collector 



$1,845.55 



Abatements and Refunds 

Ruth D. Carney, auto tax refund $ 24.86 

Ernest C. Champney, auto tax refund 4.70 

Ruth N. Cloud, abatement of taxes 10.80 

Davard's, Inc., abatement of taxes 540.00 

Frank S. DiPietro, abatement of taxes 41.60 
Edwin B. Klein, overpayment of auto permit 8.87 

E. Murdock Co., abatement of taxes 39.70 

Mabel C. Musgrave, abatement of taxes 135.50 

Ada Royce, overpayment of taxes .54 

Douglas Sloane, auto tax refund 10.36 

Marjorie Stevens, auto tax refund 7.59 

Frank P. Zimmerman, abatement of taxes 28.80 



Rindge Federal Tax Fund 

N. H. State Div. of Welfare, 

administrative cost $ 4.98 

Rindge Federal Tax Fund 1,185.04 



$853.32 



$1,190.02 



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Christmas Tree Lighting 

N. H. Electric Co. $ 23.39 

Ralph H. Pangborn, service 17.50 



Interest — Bonds and Notes 

Ashuelot National Bank, Fire Truck Notes $117.16 
Ingalls Memorial Library 50.00 

Monadnock National Bank, Hough Loader 139.80 
Richard H. Stearns, cemetery acreage 120.00 



$40.89 



Interest on Temporary Loans 

First National Bank of Boston $626.38 



$426.96 

Temporary Loans in Anticipation of Taxes 

First National Bank of Boston $75,000.00 



Payments on Principal Debt Bonds 

Ashuelot National Bank, Fire Truck Note $1,500.00 
Monadnock National Bank, Hough Loader 2,000.00 
Richard H. Stearns, cemetery acreage 1,000.00 



$4,500.00 



State of New Hampshire Head Tax 

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire 

Levy 1962 $ 811.50* 

Levy 1963 1,682.00 



$2,493.50* 
(includes $98 refunded) 

2% Bond and Debt Retirement Tax 

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire $266.88 

County Tax 

Joseph V. Tisdale, Treas., County of Cheshire $10,701.93 



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School District 

Florence E. Stebbins, Treasurer: 

Balance 1962-63 Budget $50,737.59 

Payment 1963-64 Budget 51,702.04 



$102,439.63 

Internal Revenue Service 

I. R. S. $334.29 

Old Cemetery 

John B. Crosby, Jr., orders $166.90 

Private Work 

John B. Crosby, Jr., orders $2,291.15 

Bequest 

Trustees of Trust Funds $580.33 



Cash Advances 

Highway Department $ 50000 

Dump Account 100.00 

State of N. H. 7,607.81 



$8,207.81 

Boat Tax 

Treasurer, State of New Hampshire $41.41 

SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS 
Historical Committee 

Ruby E. Rice, service and expenses $50.19 

Danforth Road 

John B. Crosby, Jr., orders $651.85 

Flink Hydraulic Tailgate Sand Spreader 

Dyar Sales & Machinery Co. $1,450.00 



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Metal Culvert Pipes 

John B. Crosby, Jr., orders $990.43 



Surface Center Avenue of Hillside Cemetery 

John B. Crosby, Jr., orders $449.70 



Base Radio for Fire Department 

Brattleboro, Town of $200.00 

General Electric Co. 761.81 

Kcene Two Way Radio Service, tone control 100.00 
Lauder Electric Co., service 13.83 



$1,075.64 



Two-Way Radio for Police Department 

Dumaine Photo Service and Electronics $169.50 
General Electric Co. 425.00 



$594.50 



FINANCIAL REPORT OF PLOWING DRIVEWAYS 

by Highway Department 

Fees Received 1963-64 $1,940.00 

Expended during December, 1963 346.00 

$1,594.00 



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REPORT OF TOWN CLERK 

For Year Ended December 31, 1963 



Receipts : 

Dog Licenses : 






17 females at $5.00 


$ 85.00 




86 males at $2.00 


172.00 




39 Spayed females at $2.00 


78.00 




6 Kennels of 5 dogs 


72.00 




2 Kennels of 10 dogs 


40.00 




3 Dogs Pro Rata 


4.50 




33 Penalties at $0.50 


16.50 








$468.00 


Nomination fees 


$ 15.00 




1 History of Rindge 


6.00 




Automobile Permits for 1962 


310.85 




/utomobile Permits for 1963 


9,191.03 




Automobile Permits for 1964 


303.45 


$9,826.33 




$10,294.33 


Paid to Town Treasurer 




$10,294.33 



Respectfully submitted, 

ROLAND C. GODDARD 
Town Clerk 



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REPORT OF TAX COLLECTOR 

Property, Poll and Yield Taxes 



Levy of 1963 




DR. 




Taxes Committed to Collector: 
Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 
National Bank Stock Taxes 


$175,933.21 

900.00 

61.00 


Total Warrant 
Yield Taxes 


$176,894.21 
2,391.43 


Added Taxes : 

Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 


5.40 
16.00 


Interest Collected 


21.40 
5.38 


Total Debits 


$179,312.42 


CR. 




Remittances to Treasurer: 
Property Taxes 
Poll Taxes 

National Bank Stock Taxes 
Yield Taxes 
Interest Collected 


$147,503.27 

640.00 

59.00 

2,242.63 

5.38 



Error on Posting of Nat'l. Bk. Stk. Taxes 1.00 

Discount Allowed 2,010.13 
Abatements 

Property Taxes 314.88 

Poll Taxes 28.00 

National Bank Stock Tax 1.00 

Uncollected Taxes as per Collector's List : 

Property Taxes 26,110.33 

Poll Taxes 248.00 

Yield Taxes 148.80 



Total Credits $179,312.42 



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Levy of 1962 

DR. 

Uncollected Taxes as of January 1, 1963: 

Property Taxes $20,908.07 

Poll Taxes 244.00 

Yield Taxes 350.93 



$21,503.00 

Interest Collected During Fiscal Year 

ended December 31, 1963 589.82 

Added Taxes: 

Poll Taxes 8.00 



Total Debits $22,100.82 

CR. 

Remittances to Treasurer During Fiscal Year 
ended December 31, 1963: 

Property Taxes $20,805.47 

Poll Taxes 220.00 

Interest Collected During Year 589.82 

Yield Taxes 350.93 

Abatements Made During Year : 

Property Taxes 102.60 

Poll Taxes 32.00 



$22,100.82 



Redemptions Collected and Paid to Treasurer : 
during 1963: 

Property Taxes $2,673.02 

Interest and Costs 276.99 



$2,950.01 



Respectfully submitted, 

FLORENCE E. STEBBINS 
Tax Collector 



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STATE HEAD TAX 
Levy of 1 963 

DR. 

State Head Taxes Committed to Collector : 

Original Warrant $2,790.00 

Added Taxes 50.00 



Total Commitment $2,840.00 

Penalties Collected 11.50 



Total Debits $2,851.50 

CR. 

Remittances to Treasurer: 

Head Taxes $2,000.00 

Penalties 11.50 

$2,011.50 
Abatements 70.00 

Uncollected Head Taxes as per Collector's List 770.00 

Total Credits $2,851.50 



Levy of 1 962 
DR. 

Uncollected Taxes as of January 1, 1963: 

Head Taxes $720.00 

Penalties Collected 67.00 

Added Taxes 30.00 

$817.00 



Total Debits 




CR. 




Remittances to Treasurer during 1963: 
Head Taxes 
Penalties 
Abatements 


$665.00 
67.00 
85.00 



Total Credits $817.00 

Respectfully submitted, 

FLORENCE E. STEBBINS 
Tax Collector 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN TREASURER 

For Year Ending December 31, 1963 
Cash on Hand, January 1, 1963 $26,164.16 

RECEIPTS 

State Treasurer: 

Forest Fires $1,592.28 

Interest and Dividend Tax 4,774.02 

Savings Bank Tax '62 236.92 

Savings Bank Tax '63 305.68 

Maintenance Class V Highways 481.83 
Reimbursement — Overpayment of 

Head Taxes 98.00 

Reimbursement Head Tax Expense 11.40 
Reimbursement for Loss of Taxes on 

Forest Reserve Land 45.08 

Reimbursement State Share of T.R.A. 7,607.81 

Porcupine Bounties 30.00 







$15,183.02 


Selectmen : 






Business Permits 


$ 15.00 




Firearms Permits 


17.00 




License to Sell Firearms 


1.00 




Rent of Town Hall 


98.00 




Rent of Amyott Place 


9.00 


$ 140.00 


Town Clerk: 






Nomination Fees 


$ 15.00 




1 History 


6.00 




Automobile Permits for '62 


310.85 




Automobile Permits for '63 


9,191.03 




Automobile Permits for '64 


303.45 




Dog Licenses 


468.00 





$10,294.33 



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Tax Collector: 

Taxes Redeemed 

1962 Property Taxes 

1963 Property Taxes 

1962 Poll Taxes 

1963 Poll Taxes 

1962 Head Taxes 

1963 Head Taxes 

1962 Head Tax Penalties 

1963 Head Tax Penalties 

1962 Yield Taxes 

1963 Yield Taxes 
Interest on Taxes for 1962 
Interest on Taxes for 1963 
National Bank Stock Taxes 



$ 2,950.01 

20,805.47 

147,503.27 

220.00 

640.00 

665.00 

2,000.00 

67.00 

11.50 

350.93 

2,242.63 

589.88 

5.38 

59.00 



$178,110.07 



Highway Department: 

Received for Labor and Material as per list 
Dr. Vincent Genoverse ....$171.70 

Hill's Drive-in 98.00 

LVA Rindge Con'l Chur. 232.20 

Peter Gordon 4.00 

Holland Brooks Est 14.00 

Woodmere 

Association, Inc 73.30 

John Maurice 28.00 

Henry J. Belletete 52.70 

Marshall Smith 14.00 

Donald Winship 12.00 

Paul Inferera 8.40 

Joseph Gallant 14.00 

Arthur Knight 30.00 

Henry Kaipainen 25.30 

Benjimen Ballantine 19.00 

Verne Patenaude 24.40 

Franklin Pierce College .. 38.50 

Donald E. Speckman 38.25 

State of New Hampshire 933.31 

Edward J. Knotts 49.50 

Harold Trefry 14.00 

Roland C. Goddard, Jr. .. 49.50 

Herbert Champney 40.00 

George Wattendorf 7.00 

Gunnar Anderson 14.00 

Cathedral of the Pines .... 95.00 



Carey Johnson 33.80 

John B. Rice 3.75 

Otto Hansen 14.00 

Kennedy & Lovell 4.00 

Walter Wilkenson 124.97 

Wayne B. Nottingham .... 43.50 

Everett Danforth 7.00 

Arthur Chase 12.00 

Walter Troup 5.00 

Dr. Howard Bemis 5.00 

Charles Letourneau 1.25 

Olivia M. Lanoue 5.00 

A. Ricard 5.00 

Ernest Barrett 6.00 

Orrin L. Dyer 45.00 

Calvin Kalliainen 7.00 

John Weidner 1.25 

Oliver J. Taylor 25.00 

Max Wing 10.00 

Walter B. Somero 615.60 

Eleanor Hawkins 1.00 

Audrey MacLean 5.00 

James MacNeil 75.00 

Edward W. Jensen 24.50 

Charles N. Shaw 115.90 

Howard O. Burt, Sr 12.00 

Edith S. Fitzgerald 24.10 



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Rindge School District .... 377.30 

Town of Roxbury, N. H. 40.00 

Henry Impola 6.00 

Ainsworth Knight, Sr. .. 6.00 

Elais R. Hiltunen 10.08 

M. S. Danforth Co 38.80 

Annus Fillback 10.08 

Foster Beach 10.08 

Charles W. Nichols 1027.81 

Howard O. Burt, Jr 20.00 

John B. Crosby, Jr 30.00 

David C. Stuart 42.30 



Mrs. George Coppers .... 10.00 

Ray Cormier 35.60 

George F. Abbey 8.00 

Arthur P. Chase 6.00 

R. J. VandeGraaff 6.00 

Myron Tenney 20.00 

Thomas Coolidge 71.00 

Total $5,106.73 

Plowing Driveways $2,150.00 

$7,256.73 



First National Bank of Bank of Boston 
Temporary Loans 



$ 75,000.00 



Trustees of Trust Funds : 

Cemetery Work $ 426.90 

Interest on Electric Light Fund 5,635.16 



Perry B. Thrasher — Weighing Fees $ 14.50 
Letourneau Insurance Agency — Refund 52.08 
Arthur Popple — Cemetery Work 3.00 

Rindge Fire Department — Batteries 29.16 

Edna Hood Estate — Trust Fund 580.33 

Insurance Co. of North America — Fire 

damage Highway Dept. 300.00 

Everett Danforth — Hay on Cemetery Field 25.00 
3V2 Cemetery Lots 87.50 

John B. Crosby, Jr. — Dump receipts 6.85 

John B. Crosby, Jr. — Highway a/c Closing 500.00 
John B. Crosby, Jr. — Dump a/c Closing 100.00 



6,062.06 



$ 1,698.42 



TOTAL RECEIPTS & CASH ON HAND 



$319,908.79 



DISBURSEMENTS 

Orders drawn by the Selectmen 
Cash in Treasury, Dec. 31, 1963 



$291,303.23 
28,605.56 



$319,908.79 



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STATEMENT OF BONDED DEBT, DECEMBER 31, 1963 
Fire Truck Bonds issued May 2, 1956 

Annual Maturities of outstanding bonds : 

$1,500.00 due May 1, 1964 

1,500.00 due May 1, 1965 

Rate of interest 3V6% 

H-70 Hough Loader Bonds issued April 1, 1959 
Annual Maturities of outstanding bonds : 
$2,000.00 due April 1, 1964 
2,000.00 due April 1, 1965 

Rate of interest 234% 

Hillside Cemetery Extension Notes issued Sept. 14, 1962 
Annual Maturities of outstanding Notes : 
$1,000.00 due Sept. 14, 1964 
1,000.00 due Sept. 14, 1965 

Rate of interest 4% 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROLAND C. GODDARD 
Treasurer 



REPORT OF OVERSEER OF PUBLIC WELFARE 



January 1, 1963 to December 31 . 


, 1963 




Town: 








Old Age Assistance 


$1,486.97 




State Cancer Commission 




35.05 




Roland Wheeler 




97.61 




Mildred Belt 




7.75 




Betty Inferrera 




20.17 










$1,647.55 


Cash on hand, December 31, 1963 






35.87 




$1,683.42 


Orders drawn on Selectmen 


$1,6C 




Cash on hand December 31, 1962 




83.42 





$1,683.42 

Respectfully submitted, 

FLORENCE E. STEBBINS 

Overseer of Public Welfare 



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REPORT OF HIGHWAY AGENT 

WINTER 

Labor 

John B. Crosby, Jr., foreman $ 1,732.44 

Raymond Baird 443.20 

Charles L. Baldwin 45.00 

Wayne W. Faery 150.00 

Ernest L. Goodall 264.00 

Frank L. Jenness 1,186.14 

Alfred R. Paradise 168.00 

Konsta Penttila 590.20 

Earl Pike 62.25 

Jon G. Reenstierna 2,036.30 

Harold E. Savage 18.75 

William H. Wilder, Jr. 1,488.80 

Kermit C. Winship 205.50 

Elisha H. Young 1,934.00 







$10,324.58 




Equipment 




Gunnar R. Anderson 




$ 32.00 


Barbara C. Burt 




741.00 


Howard O. Burt, Jr. 




2,024.00 


Roger P. Burt 




90.00 


David C. Carpenter, Jr. 




10.00 


John B. Crosby, Jr. 




482.50 


Wayne W. Faery 




867.00 


Files Equipment Co. (Saltmizer rental) 


50.00 


Wilfred J. Nadeau 




837.00 


Richard H. Stearns 




168.25 


Richard H. Wilson 




361.70 



$5,663.45 



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Repairs, Gas and Oil 

Anderson's Auto Body & Welding Works $ 6.00 

Bergevin's Truck Sales & Service 357.74 

Hackler Motor Sales 13.85 

Harris Oil Co. 1,826.96 

Harold L. Haynes 8.00 

R. C. Hazelton Co., Inc. 676.44 

Laitala's Garage 72.59 

J. B. McGregor 52.66 

Texas Refinery Corporation 182.21 





$3,196.45 


Supplies 




Elie Belletete & Sons 


$ 20.36 


Bibeau's Hardware Co. 


17.48 


BoutwelTs Garage 


44.20 


Bowker-Hamblin-Quirk, Inc. 


700.26 


Howard 0. Burt, Jr. 


184.00 


Barrett Equipment, Inc. 


23.57 


The Chemical Corporation 


2,982.75 


Christie & Thomson, Inc. 


52.55 


Cold River Hot Mix Corp. 


62.77 


John B. Crosby, Jr. 


323.81 


Marshall S. Danforth Co. 


8.30 


Donel Supply Company 


801.72 


Earl R. Drew & Sons 


300.00 


Dyar Sales & Machinery Co. 


78.70 


Richard Dykstra 


9.76 


The Emery-Waterhouse Co. 


19.32 


Charles A. Folsom 


4.45 


Freddie's Jenney Service 


7.40 


H. Gilmore & Co. 


15.60 


Town of Jaffrey, N. H. 


79.00 


Kennedy & Lovell 


8.30 


Lauder Electric Co. 


450.85 


E. Murdock, Inc. 


75.00 


N. H. Electric Co. 


42.94 


N. H. Explosives & Machinery Corp. 


162.69 


S. & J. Auto Parts, Inc. 


74.20 


L. L. Stebbins 


2.05 


U. S. Post Office 


32.05 


Village Card Shop 


9.53 



$6,503.61 



58 

SUMMER 

Labor 

John B. Crosby, Jr. $1,905.00 

Raymond Baird 336.80 

Frank L. Jenness 321.00 

Konsta Penttila 392.60 

Jon G. Reenstierna 1,471.10 

William H. Wilder, Jr. 642.20 

Elisha H. Young 1,313.60 





$6,382.30 


Equipment 




Gunnar R. Anderson 


$ 316.00 


David C. Carpenter, Jr. 


460.00 


John B. Crosby, Jr. 


125.00 


Lussier Construction Co. 


38.00 


Walter B. Somero 


1,136.25 


Richard N. Whitney 


21.20 




$2,096.45 


Repairs, Gas and Oil 




Bergevin's Truck Sales & Service 


$ 168.68 


Harris Oil Co. 


1,554.68 


R. C. Hazelton Co., Inc. 


253.27 


Laitala's Garage 


197.65 


J. B. McGregor 


89.39 


Ray Moore Motors 


2.00 



$2,247.67 



Supplies 

Elie Belletete & Sons $ 6.17 

Bibeau's Hardware Co. 10.79 

Boutwell's Garage 5.70 

Bowker-Hamblin-Quirk, Inc. 65.76 

Howard O. Burt, Jr. 48.00 

Center Store 1.19 

Christie & Thomson, Inc. 78.46 

Cold River Hot Mix Corp. 66.20 

John B. Crosby, Jr. 471.57 

Marshall S. Danforth Co. 3.23 

Edson C. Eastman Co., Inc. 11.18 



59 



The Emery-Waterhouse Co. 
Charles A. Folsom 
Freddie's Jenney Service 
H. Gilmore & Co. 
Monadnock National Bank 
New England Explosives Corp. 
N. H. Electric Co. 
Perkins, Bassett & Wright, Inc. 
S. & J. Auto Parts, Inc. 
Oscar Seppa 



33.84 


12.05 


21.92 


1.30 


6.38 


15.98 


22.48 


2.94 


103.72 


75.00 


$1,063.86 



PRIVATE WORK 
Labor 



John B. Crosby, Jr. 
Raymond Baird 
Frank L. Jenness 
Konsta Penttila 
Jon G. Reenstierna 
Carroll A. Robbins 
William H. Wilder, Jr. 
Elisha H. Young 



144.00 

101.60 

42.00 

54.60 

280.55 

27.20 

120.00 

248.00 







$1,017.95 




Equipment 




John B. Crosby, Jr. 




$ 15.00 


Lussier Construction Co. 




28.00 


Walter B. Somero 




435.00 


Roland Valliancourt 




82.60 


Richard N. Whitney 




90.10 



$ 650.70 



Supplies 



C. R. Crosby 
Donel Supply Co. 
Harris Construction Co. 
John J. Hudson, Inc. 
E. Murdock, Inc. 
Thomas Quinn Co., Inc. 
Oscar Seppa 



Department credit for monies received $5,106.73 



$ 



50.00 
43.20 
28.20 
450.00 
20.80 
5.10 
25.20 



$ 622.50 



60 

OIL AND SOLVAY 

Labor 

John B. Crosby, Jr. $ 360.00 

Frank L. Jenness 228.00 

Konsta Penttila 252.85 

David Quimby 171.45 

Jon G. Reenstierna 345.60 

Carroll A. Robbins 58.40 

William H. Wilder, Jr. 94.40 

Elisha H. Young 330.40 







$1,841.10 




Equipment 




Henry J. Belletete 




$ 56.40 


David C. Carpenter, Jr. 




40.00 


John B. Crosby, Jr. 




40.00 


Walter B. Somero 




667.50 


Richard H. Stearns 




67.00 


Richard N. Whitney 


Supplies 


349.80 
$1,220.70 


Christie & Thomson, Inc. 




$ 2.66 


John B. Crosby, Jr. 




86.76 


Donel Supply Co. 




54.00 


Earl R. Drew & Sons 




900.00 


Harris Oil Co. 




228.52 


John J. Hudson, Inc. 




5,155.63 


Merrimack Farmers' Exchange, Inc. 


411.70 


Oscar Seppa 




225.00 


Elisha H. Young 




16.00 



$7,080.27 

PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS 

Labor 

John B. Crosby, Jr. $ 15.00 

Charles L. Baldwin 249.00 

Konsta Penttila 136.50 

William H. Wilder, Jr. 14.40 



Charles L. Baldwin 
John B Crosby, Jr. 
J. B. McGregor 



61 
Supplies 



John B. Crosby, Jr. 
Konsta Penttila 
Jon G. Reenstierna 







1.00 






12.50 






2.50 




$ 


430.90 


OLD CEMETERY 








$ 


22.50 

130.00 

14.40 




$ 


166.90 



SPECIAL APPROPRIATIONS 
CULVERTS 



Donel Supply Co. 



$ 990.43 



HILLSIDE CEMETERY 
Labor 



Raymond Baird 
Jon G. Reenstierna 
Elisha H. Young 



Supplies 



E. Murdock Co. 
Walter Somero 
Roland C. Valliancourt 



DANFORTH ROAD 



John B. Crosby, Jr. 
Frank L. Jenness 
Jon G. Reenstierna 
Carroll A. Robbins 
Walter B. Somero 
Elisha H. Young 



$ 


32.20 




61.20 




35.20 


$ 


131.60 




40.00 




225.00 




53.10 


$ 


318.10 


$ 


75.00 




27.00 




75.20 




43.20 




356.25 




75.20 


$ 


651.85 



62 

DUMP ACCOUNT 

John B. Crosby, Jr. $ 124.50 

Donel Supply Co. 22.00 

Independent Lock Co. 8.45 

Ainsworth Knight, Jr. 224.00 

J. B. McGregor 25.00 

Harry Morton 342.00 

Jon G. Reenstierna 14.40 

William H. Wilder, Jr. 27.20 

Elisha H. Young 3.20 



$ 790.75 
Credit to Dump Account $6.85 

Respectfully submitted, 

JOHN B. CROSBY, JR. 
Agent 



63 



REPORT OF POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Common Complaints 221 

Breaking and entering 9 

Larceny 1 1 

Public gatherings 119 

Investigating suspicious persons 14 

Assisting other departments 37 

Serving summons for other departments 12 

Automobile accidents 31 

Missing persons 9 

Malicious damage 16 

Simple assault 1 

Suicide 1 

Stolen car recovered 3 

Arrests Made by Department 

Procuring beer for minors 1 

Contributing to the delinquency of minors 1 

Arrests for Violation of Motor Vehicle Law 

Reckless operating 2 

Careless and negligent operating 3 

Speeding 24 

Passing through red light 2 

Crossing the yellow line 18 

Passing through stop signs 4 

Operating while under the influence of liquor 2 

Taking car without the owners consent 2 

Failing to report accident 2 

Failing to keep on the right 1 

Uninspected vehicle 1 

Unlicensed vehicle 2 

Unlicensed operator 4 

Respectfully submitted, 

ERNEST L. GOODALL 
Chief of Police 



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SUMMARY OF TRUST FUNDS 1963 

DISBURSEMENTS 1963 



Cemetery 

Reimburse town for perpetual care 
Hillside Cemetery 
Churchyard Cemetery 
Robbins Cemetery 



Library 

Paid Library Trustees 

Memorial Funds 

Paid from Bus well-Hardy Emergenry Fd. 

Electric Light Fund 

Paid Town to reduce taxes 



$ 


260.00 




153.65 




13.25 


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$ 


752.80 


$ 


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$5,635.16 



72 



INGALLS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

BOOK STOCK 

On shelves for circulation, January 1963 7,575 

Added by purchase 63 

Added by gift 93 

Memorial books 8 



7,739 
Lost or discarded 81 



On shelves January 1, 1964 7,658 

MAGAZINES 

Subscribed from library funds 10 

Contributed by friends 20 

BORROWED BOOKS 

From Bookmobile 913 

From State Library 73 

DAYS OPEN 176 

Books Loaned 



General 

Philosophy 

Religion 

Social Science 

Language 

Science 

Technical 

The Arts 

Literature 

History 

Biography 

Perodicals 

Pamphlets 

Non Fiction 

Fiction 

Records 



, Adult 


Juvenile 


85 


1 


47 





19 


7 


51 


67 


5 


7 


75 


188 


84 


57 


93 


35 


79 


25 


208 


106 


87 


128 


506 


54 


35 




1,378 


675 


1,716 


2,407 


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3,099 3,082 

TOTAL 6,181 



73 

The year of 1963 was one of achievement and growth 
at the Ingalls Memorial Library. Friends, trustees, and staff 
have fully cooperated to make it a satisfactory and rewarding 
year. 

A new development in the work of the library has been 
the association with Franklin Pierce College. The relationship 
has been cordial and the students have added a new interest to 
our program. 

Attention has been concentrated on our Reference Depart- 
ment where we have added books on literary criticism, soci- 
ology, psychiatry, art, biology, travel, and history. 

Through the generosity of friends some much-needed 
equipment was purchased. A shelf list and a vertical file have 
been added which greatly improve the efficiency with which 
materials may be handled. A bookcase given for the museum 
has been used for valuable old books. In addition the same 
library friend paid our box rent at the Post Office for a year. 

A gift much appreciated by patrons and staff alike is the 
flood light in front of the library. 

We also received and are most grateful for donations of 
books, magazines, and money from the following friends of the 
library : 

Prof. Douglas Adams, Mrs. Arthur Allen, Mrs. S. G. Cun- 
ningham, Mrs. George Coppers, Mrs. John Crosby, Mrs. Arthur 
Chase, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Elsberry, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond 
Ford, Mr. Ralph Hoyt, Mrs. Fred Howard, Mrs. Agnes John- 
ston, Mr. Robert Kennedy, Mrs. H. W. Kenyon, Jr., Mr. Edwin 
Klein, Stephen Knight, Mr. R. B. LaRue, Mr. Walter Lovell, 
Mrs. James MacNeil, and children, Mr. S. P. Mellville, Mr. 

Edward McCloud, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Nicholson, Mrs. Ralph 
Pangborn, Mrs. Mary Prebble, Mr. Donald Prebble, Mrs. Charles 
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rice, Mr. John P. Sherwin, Mr. 
Philip Simoulis, Mrs. Alice Scott, Dr. and Mrs. Douglas Sloane, 
Mrs. Philip Towle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Troup, Prof, and Mrs. 
Everard Upjohn, Mrs. Ralph Ward. 

Memorial books have been received in memory of Mr. Carl 
Converse, Miss Florence Danforth, Mrs. Helen Sandbeck, and 
Mr. R. B. LaRue. 

Mr. R. B. LaRue's private library was given and a substan 
tial fund established in his name. Several fine history books 
from the collection of the late Raymond Ford were also do- 
nated. 



74 

A story hour for the younger children has been held Mon- 
day afternoons with Mrs. Russell Bacon as the reader. She has 
been enthusiastically welcomed by the children. 

I wish to express my appreciation to the trustees for their 
cooperation, to Mrs. Marshall Danforth, Mrs. Arthur Chase, 
Miss Carol Stewart, Mr. Walter Lovell, who all helped to make 
1963 a most successful year. 

Respectively submitted, 

Carrie S. Gray 
Librarian 



75 



REPORT OF THE TRUSTEES OF 
INGALLS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 

Our report this year is given with considerable pride and 
satisfaction for all the work that has been accomplished. 

Due to the opening of the Franklin Pierce College many 
hours were added to the time the library was generally opened 
— hours being Monday through Friday from 10 A.M. to 5:30 
P.M., and two evenings a week — Tuesday and Thursday to 
9 P.M. Mrs. Gray, assisted by Mrs. Marshall Danforth and Mrs. 
Arthur Chase, have given maximum service to all students — 
college, high school, junior high and grammer schools, and to 
those in town who use the library. This has made the library 
extremely active and we believe from a standpoint of service 
to the town the past year has been one of the best we have 
ever had. 

In July the library had a most successful food and rum- 
mage sale, the proceeds from which paid in full for the Ameri- 
can Encyclopedia which was added to the library in 1962. Mrs. 
Gray reports it is greatly used by our young high school stu- 
dents. 

In August we had an art exhibit and silver tea for the 
benefit of a badly needed typewriter, which we acquired. 

During October toilet and water facilities were installed, 
as well as an electric flood light on the elm tree in front of the 
building. 

During the holidays the library was closed to the public 
while it was being painted, and the result is highly pleasing to 
everyone. 

The library has no funds for completing the parking lot 
and fixing a new sidewalk. We are hoping the town will go 
ahead and surface the parking lot and repair and surface the 



76 

sidewalk, and replace the old steps that went to the parking 
lot. 

In the latter part of the year the library roof was repaired 
and leaks were stopped. 

The Trustees thank Mrs. Gray, Mrs. Danforth, Mrs. Chase 
and Mr. Walter Lovell for their interest and assistance in mak- 
ing the library a source of delight to all. 

We thank all our good library friends who have helped 
in so many ways and have been so generous with gifts, sug- 
gestions and their time. 



FINANCIAL REPORT — INGALLS MEMORIAL LIBRARY 
For the Year ending December 31, 1963 

Receipts 

Cash in Bank, January 1, 1963 $ 969.83 

Town Appropriation 



(including Town note) $1,550.00 




M. L. Ware fund 583.20 




Wallace Fund 84.00 




Morton Converse Fund 40.60 




H. M. Buswell Fund 45.00 




Gifts 17.84 




Lost Books and Fines 22.41 




La Rue Memorial Fund 194.20 




Crowell Memorial Fund 289.33 




Typewriter Fund 77.10 




Rummage and Food Sale 145.70 




Harry E. Sherwin Memorial Fund 50.00 




Franklin Pierce College share of expenses 47.78 




Refunds 12.00 






3,159.16 




$4,128.99 



77 



Expenditures 




Librarian 


$ 857.72 


Assistant and Building Custodian 


301.16 


Fuel 


459.51 


Light and Power 


82.27 


Service and repairs 




(Including Roof Repairs) 


270.49 


Books (Includes Adult, 




Children and Reference) 


687.18 


Magazines 


17.25 


Postage and Supplies 




(Includes Typewriter) 


196.82 


Insurance 


23.17 


Telephone 


84.05 


Rindge Federal Tax Fund 


43.62 



$3,023.24 



Held in Reserve : 

Interior Painting Contrace (Paid 1/9/64) $ 438.00 
Memorial Funds 373.69 

Estimated Expenditures, prior to receiving 

new appropriation 294.06 



$3,023.24 



1,105.75 

$4,128.99 

Respectfully submitted, 

ELIZABETH S. PANGBORN 
EDWIN B. KLEIN 
JOHN B. RICE 



ANNUAL REPORT 



of the 



SCHOOL DISTRICT 



of 



RINDGE 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 



For the Year Ending June 30, 1963 





INDEX 


T I 


ADMINISTRATION 


A. 


Officers 


B. 


No-School Signal 


C. 


Calendar 


D. 


Report of District Clerk 


E. 


Warrant 



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PART II. INSTRUCTION 

A. Instructional Staff 87 

B. School Program 87 

PART III. SCHOOL PLANT 

A. Repairs 89 

B. Insurance 89 

PART IV. FINANCE 

A. Report of School District Treasurer 90 

B. School Board's Financial Report and Budgets 91 

C. Detail of Expenditures 93 

D. School Lunch Program 100 

E. Notification of School Assessment 101 

F. Balance Sheet 102 

PART V. CHILD ACCOUNTING 

A. Tuition Pupils 103 

B. Statistics 104 

C. Census 105 

D. Enrollment 105 

PART VI. AUXILIARY ACTIVITIES AND 
SPECIAL REPORTS 

A. Health 106 

B. Building Committee 108 



81 



PART I. ADMINISTRATION AND 
ORGANIZATION 

A. OFFICERS OF THE SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Moderator 

WALTER A. CLEVELAND 

Clerk 

RALPH H. PANGBORN 

School Board 

NEWELL V. WHITAKER, Chairman Term expires 1964 

BASIL B. MacLEOD, Jr Term expires 1965 

LEWIS D. GILMORE Term expires 1966 

Treasurer 

FLORENCE E. STEBBINS 

Auditors 

WALTER A. CLEVELAND 
ARMAS W. FILLBACK 

Superintendent of Schools 
LEWIS F. FOOTE 

Teacher Consultant 

EARL D. BARNES 

Truant Officer 
ERNEST GOODALL 

School Nurse 

RUTH S. LANGILLE, R. N. 

School Physician 

FRANKLIN W. STERLING, M. D. 



82 

B. RINDGE NO-SCHOOL SIGNAL 

In case of emergency when it seems inadvisable to have 
schools in session on any day, the No-School announcement 
will be given over radio station WBZ, WKNE, WKBK, and 
WFGM (Fitchburg) at the same time approximately. 

Parents and pupils are urged to depend upon T.V. or radio 
for no-school notices. Telephone operators are no longer able 
to assist in giving no-school information. 



C. CALENDAR 

1964 
April 24 Schools close — Spring Vacation 
May 4 Schools reopen 

June 12 Schools close (unless time lost) — Summer Vaca- 
tion 
Sept. 9 Schools open 

Oct. 23 Schools closed — Teachers' Convention 
Nov. 26 & 27 Schools closed — Thanksgiving Recess 
Dec. 22 Schools close — Christmas Vacation 

1965 

Jan. 4 Schools reopen 

Feb. 19 Schools close — Winter Vacation 

Mar. 1 Schools reopen 



D. REPORT OF DISTRICT CLERK 

SCHOOL DISTRICT MEETING 
March 8, 1963 

Meeting called to order by moderator at 7:30 P.M. The 
warrant was read by Lewis D. Gilmore, chairman of the School 
Board. 

Prayer was offered by Reverend George Chapman. Eliza- 
beth Hindmarsh and Martha Brummer lead the salute to the 
flag. 

Article 1. It was voted that the salaries for the district 
officers be as follows: Chairman of School Board, $110.00; 
other members, $60.00; Treasurer, $60.00; Clerk, $5.00; 
Moderator, $10.00; Ballot Clerks, $1.00 per hour; Auditors, 
$15.00 each. 

Article 2. Voted to accept the reports as printed. 

Article 3. No agents or committees chosen. 



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Article 4. Voted to raise and appropriate $95,106.97 for 
school charges. Amendment made and carried that $2,000.00 
be used as a capital reserve fund to replace buses. 

Article 5. Voted as printed. 

Article 6. Voted a deficiency appropriation of $2,963.49. 

Article 7. Voted to raise and appropriate $3,591.00 for 
repairs to the filter and water softener system and to provide 
for necessary additions. 

Article 8. Voted $2,100.00 to improve the drainage sys- 
tem behind the school. 

RALPH H. PANGBORN 
School District Clerk 

Results of Election March 12, 1963, elected by ballot: 

Moderator, Walter A. Cleveland; Clerk, Ralph H Pangborn; 
Treasurer, Florence E. Stebbins; School Board, Lewis D. Gil- 
more; Auditors, Walter A. Cleveland, Armas Fillback. 

Special District Meeting 
August 21, 1963 — 7:30 P.M. 

Meeting was opened by Moderator, Walter Cleveland. 
Reverend Joseph Holliday offered prayer. Warrant was read 
by Chairman of the School Board, Newell V. Whitaker. 

Article 1. A motion was made to educate Grade 6 in 
Rindge for the school year 1963, 1964. An amendment was 
made that a committee of five (one to be a member of the 
school board) be appointed to get plans and bids for an addi- 
tion to the school building to be brought in and discussed under 
an article for that purpose in the school meeting of 1964, so 
that the 6th grade can be educated in Rindge permanently. 

The original motion was voted to lay on the table. The 
amendment carried. 

Article 2. Indefinitely postponed. 

Article 3. Motion made to appoint members of com- 
mittee created under Article 1 from the floor. 
Amended to have moderator appoint. 
The amendment was voted. 

The following resolution was voted — 

Resolved that the committee consider the addition of four 
rooms. 

RALPH H. PANGBORN 
School District Clerk 



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E. WARRANT 
1. 

To the Inhabitants of the School District in the town of Rindge 
qualified to vote in district affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Rindge Memorial 
School in said district on the 6th day of March, 1964, at 7:30 
o'clock in the afternoon to act upon the following subjects: 

1. To determine and appoint the salaries of the School 
Board and fix the compensation of any other officers 
or agents of the district. 

2. To hear the reports of Agents, Auditors, Committees, 
or Officers chosen, and pass any vote relating thereto. 

3. To choose Agents, Auditors, and Committees in rela- 
tion to any subjects embraced in this warrant. 

4. To see what sum of money the district will raise and 
appropriate for the support of schools, for the salaries 

of school district officials and agents, and for the 
payment of statutory obligations of the district, and 
to authorize the application against said appropriation 
of such sums as are estimated to be received from 
the state equalization fund together with other in- 
come; the school board to certify to the selectmen the 
balance between the estimated revenue and the ap- 
propriation, which balance is to be raised by taxes by 
the town. 

5. To see if the district will authorize the school board 
to make application for and to accept, on behalf of 
the district, any or all grants frothcoming under Titles 
III, V, or VIII, or any combination thereof, of the 
National Defense Education Act, Public Law 85-864 
or any or all grants of other funds which may now or 
hereafter be forthcoming from the United State Gov- 
ernment or from the State of New Hampshire under 
the provisions of the National Defense Education Act. 

6. To see if the district will vote to reaprropriate all un- 
used monies appropriated under Articles 6 and 7 of 
the 1963 School Warrant to the general fund for use 
of the district in the 1963-64 school year. 

7. To see what sum of money the district will vote to 
raise and appropriate in addition to the original ap- 
propriation for 1963-64, to be made available to the 



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school district prior to July 1, 1964, in order to meet 
district expenses for the current year. 

8. To see if the district will vote to construct and equip 
an addition to the Rindge Memorial School, and make 
such alterations and improvements to the present 
school building as the school board, with the advice 
of the School Study Committee, shall deem necessary. 

9. To see what sum of money the district will vote to 
raise and appropriate for the construction and equip- 
ment of an addition to the Rindge Memorial School, 
including architectural and engineering services, and 
other expenses to the project as authorized by the 
School District, and in order to furnish said funds, to 
authorize the issue of bonds or notes of the School 
District, therefore under and pursuant to the Munici- 
pal Finance Act of 1955, and any amendments there- 
to, and to authorize the school board to execute any 
and all contracts or agreements necessary, proper, and 
advisable to carry out the action taken on Article 8 
of this warrant. 

10. To see if the district will vote to place the funds pre- 
viously voted under Article 4 in the Capital Reserve 
Fund for replacement of a school bus. 

11. To see if the district will authorize the purchase of 
a new school bus, authorizing transfer and appropri- 
ation of all funds from the Capital Reserve Fund as 
may be necessary, using the older of the two district- 
owned buses as part payment. 

12. To see if the district will authorize the School Board 
to enter into an agreement with the Jaffrey School 
Board for the education of fifth and sixth grade pupils 
at the Jaffrey Grade School. 

Given under our hands at said Rindge this 20th day of 
February, 1964. 

NEWELL V. WHITAKER 
BASIL B. MacLEOD, JR. 
LEWIS D. GILMORE 



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2. 
To the Inhabitants of the School District in the town of Rindge 
qualified to vote in district affairs: 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Rindge Center in said Town of Rindge on Tuesday, the tenth 
day of March next at nine of the clock in the forenoon, (Polls 
close at 6:00 P.M., unless otherwise voted) to act upon the 
following subjects: 

1 . To choose a Moderator for the coming year. 

2. To choose a Clerk for the ensuing year. 

3. To choose a Member of the School Board for the en- 
suing three years. 

4. To choose a Treasurer for the ensuing year. 

Given under our hands at said Rindge this 24th day of 
February, 1964. 

NEWELL V. WHITAKER 
BASIL B. MacLeod, JR. 
LEWIS D. GILMORE 



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PART II. INSTRUCTION 

A. INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1963 

Teacher Position Degree & Training Exp. Salary 

Wattendorf, Principal, Gr. 1-5 & B.S., '60, B. U. 3 $5,100.00 

George F. Grade 5 B.A., '33, Pembroke College 6 5,050.00 

Sands, Evelyn S. Grades 3 & 4 2 yr., '26, K.T.C. 13 5,050.00 

Hale, Martha R. Grades2 & 3 2 yr., '27, B.E. '58, 22 5,050.00 

McKenney, Laura G. Grade 1 M.E., '61, Bridgewater Teachers' College 

SUPERVISORS 

Woodward, 

Lawrence F. Music Supervisor B.M., '58, B. U. 5 472.00 

Robertson, 

Elizabeth T. Art Supervisor B.S., '60, U.N.H. 2 312.00 

There were no changes in the teaching staff this year. 

B. SCHOOL PROGRAM 

"The primary concern of American education today is not 
the development of the appreciation of the 'good life' in young 
gentlemen born to the purple. Our purpose is to cultivate in 
the largest number of our future citizens an appreciation both 
of the responsibilities and benefits which come to them be- 
cause they are American and free." (James B. Conant) 

Several years ago we developed the Spalding Phonics 
method in reading and the related language arts; a year ago 
we gave particular attention to the application of the so-called 
"new mathematics" to our curriculum. This year we have con- 
tinued along these lines, thanks to the co-operative activity 
within our staff. 

To those of you who are curious as to the content of the 
"new mathematics," a brief word might be in order. The pri- 
mary difference between the "traditional" and "modern" ap- 
proach is in the method by which the fundamental processes 
are taught. The former method tends to stress the mechanics 
of mathematics in contrast to the development of an under- 
standing as to the "why" of mathematics, an approach which 
gives a more effective understanding of the more abstract 
mathematical concepts so necessary for a full understanding 
of the mathematical and scientific experiences ahead. 



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Prior to the opening of school two series of Union-wide 
meetings were held for teachers. Rindge, along with others in 
the Union, met for a period of six days, concerning themselves 
with the third grade arithmetic program and orientation of 
new teachers. Our teachers also took advantage of the 
Teachers' Institute in Mathematics, sponsored by our Supervi- 
sory Union, and other engaged in independent study at Keene 
State College. 

As a continuation of the above-mentioned mathematics 
program, we anticipate a series of staff meetings to be held 
prior to the close of the current school year to prepare for the 
further development of our arithmetic instruction in the upper 
grades. 

As for our young people, they too have been busy. Early 
in the fall our entire fifth grade spent a week at Sargent Camp, 
studying "Inter-relationship's in Community Life." Last spring 
grades two and three had a field trip at Benson Animal Farm at 
Hudson, and our intermediate grades, as guests of Represent- 
ative James Allen, visited the State House at Concord. 

In looking forward to the fall of 1964, it appears that 
we will have no change in the general enrollment picture. The 
sending of the current sixth grade to Jaffrey eased a difficult 
problem of numbers. The general progress of our pupils at 
Jaffrey has been gratifying, and they have easily adjusted 
themselves to the children of that community with whom they 
will associate through their remaining public school experience. 
If added space is not available in Rindge by the opening of 
school next fall, we may be assured that the policy adopted 
last fall can be continued to the betterment of the enrollment 
and instructional picture. 

GEORGE F. WATTENDORF 
Principal 

EARL D. BARNES 

Teacher Consultant 

LEWIS F. FOOTE 

Superintendent of Schools 



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PART III. SCHOOL PLANT 

A. REPAIRS 

During the summer vacation the custodian, Percy Quimby, 
in addition to the annual housecleaning, painted out the kit- 
chen (2 coats), the boys' and girls' toilet areas, the nurse's 
room and the office. The outside doors of the main entrance 
were also painted. Other improvements were made to the attic 
stairway and the kitchen work tables. 

B. INSURANCE 

Fire Insurance and Extended Coverage in 

Rindge Memorial School and Contents ($90,000.00) 

School buses 

Owners' and Tenants' Liability, including Teachers 

Workmen's Compensation and Employers' Liability 



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PART IV. FINANCE 

A. REPORT OF SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER 

for the 
Fiscal Year July 1, 1962 to June 30, 1963 

SUMMARY 
Cash on Hand July 1, 1962 

(Treasurer's bank balance) $2,508.47 

Received from Selectmen 

Current Appropriation $86,256.59 

Special Appropriation (including 

deficit appropriation) 481.00 

Received from State Treasurer 

State Funds 1,400.78 

Federal Funds 839.59 

Received from Tuitions 75.10 

Rceived from Capital Reserve Funds 4,241.26 

Received from all Other Sources 859.19 



TOTAL RECEIPTS $94,153.51 

Total Amount Available for Fiscal Year 

(Balance and Receipts) 96,661.98 

Less School Board Orders Paid 95,653.62 

Balance on Hand June 30, 1963 

(Treasurer's Bank Balance) $ 1,008.36 

July 25, 1963 

FLORENCE E. STEBBINS 
District Treasurer 



AUDITORS' CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that we have examined the books, 
vouchers, bank statements and other financial records of the 
treasurer of the school district of Rindge of which the above 
is a true summary for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1963 
and find them correct in all respects. 

July 31, 1963 

W. A. CLEVELAND 
ARMAS W. FILLBACK 
Auditors 



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B. SCHOOL BOARD'S FINANCIAL REPORT AND BUDGETS 



ADMINISTRATION 

110.1 Sal. of District Off. 
135.0 Audit and Census 
190.0 Supplies and Exp. 



210.3 
215.0 
220.0 
230.0 
235.0 
290.0 



Expenses 
1962-63 



$307.00 
95.00 
67.82 



Budget 
1963-64 



$324.00 
95.00 
80.00 



Revised 

Budget Budget 

1963-64 1964-65 



$300.00 

119.00 

80.00 



$300.00 

129.00 

75.00 



INSTRUCTION 

Teachers' Salaries 

Textbooks 

Library and Vis. Aids 

Teaching Supplies 

Contracted Services 

Other Inst. Expenses 



20,097.00 21,376.00 21,450.00 22,932.00 



430.46 
485.73 
1,200.76 
338.50 
129.52 



ATTENDANCE SERVICES 



310.0 Attendance Officer 

AUXILIARY SERVICES 
400.0 Health 
500.0 Transportation 

a. New Bus 

PLANT OPERATION 

610.0 Salaries 

630.0 Operation Sup. and Exp. 

635.0 Contracted Services 

640.0 Heat 

645.0 Utilities 



15.00 



652.32 
6,341.96 
5,250.00 



2,053.47 
1,345.44 
131.75 
1,740.00 
1,615.36 



648.32 
678.54 



MAINTENANCE 
710.0 Salaries 
725.0 Replace Equip. 
726-66 Repairs 

FIXED CHARGES 
850.0 Ret. and O.A.S.I. 1,811.34 

855.0 Insurance 749.53 

GENERAL SUPPORT ITEMS 

900.0 School Lunch 1,855.15 

1090.0 Pupil Activities 42.10 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

1265.3 Site Improvement 

1266.0 Bldg. Improvement 

1267.0 New Equipment 326.51 

DEBT SERVICE 

1370.0 Principal 5,500.00 

1371.0 Interest 517.50 

1390.0 Debt Service Exp. 10.00 



650.00 
330.00 
1,455.00 
335.00 
140.00 



15.00 



660.00 
6,036.00 



2,150.00 

750.00 

150.00 

1,740.00 

1,575.00 



700.00 
350.00 
850.00 



1,898.00 
774.00 



400.00 
100.00 



2,100.00 

3,591.00 

550.00 



4,000.00 

420.00 

10.00 



500.00 
330.00 
1,650.00 
500.00 
140.00 



15.00 



660.00 
6,036.00 



2,150.00 
1,250.00 
150.00 
1,740.00 
1,610.00 



700.00 
350.00 
850.00 



1,980.00 
774.00 



800.00 
100.00 



450.00 

2,500.00 

380.00 



535.00 
400.00 
1,202.00 
885.00 
140.00 



15.00 

690.00 
6,012.00 



2,225.00 
1,420.00 
150.00 
1,740.00 
1,660.00 



725.00 
840.00 
700.00 



2,052.00 
774.00 



800.00 
100.00 



100.00 
516.00 



4,000.00 4,000.00 

420.00 345.00 

10.00 10.00 



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Revised 
Expenses Budget Budget Budget 

1962-63 1963-64 1963-64 1964-65 

TRANSFER ACCOUNTS 

1477.1 Tuition 37,239.00 41,135.00 48,430.00 56,530.00 

1477.3 Supervisory U. Exp. 2,587.05 2,818.97 2,893.51 3,297.69 

1477.4 Per Capita Tax 386.00 440.00 440.00 

1477.5 Capital Reserve 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 
CONTINGENCY ITEM 800.00 1,000.00 



Net Expenditures $94,648.13 100797.97 105757.51 114299.69 

Plus Refunds 1,005.49 



Gross Expenditures $95,653.62 

Cash on Hand, June 30 1,008.36 



$96,661.98 

INCOME 

Cash on Hand, July 1 $2,508.47 *2,597.91 *2,597.91 

Revenue from State Sources: 

School Building Aid 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 1,200.00 

Mentally Retarded 125.00 125.00 

Revenue from Federal Sources: 

NDEA - Title III 200.00 140.00 140.00 

School Lunch and Spec. Milk 839.59 
Local Revenue Except Taxes: 

Miscellaneous Income 129.58 25.00 25.00 25.00 

Capital Reserve Fund 4,241.26 



Total Revenues and Credits $8,918.90 $4,022.91 $4,087.81 $1,490.00 

District Assessment Raised or to be Raised 

bv Prop. Taxes 86,256.59 96,775.06 96,775.06 112809.69 

Deficiency Approp. 481.00 4,894.54 



Total Appropriations $95,656.49 100797.97 105757.51 114299.69 

Plus Refunds 1,005.49 



Gross Receipts $96,661.98 

^Indicates Cash Balance ($1,008.36), plus Accounts Receivable ($3,231.27) 
Deficiency Appropriation of $2,963.49, less Accounts Pavable ($1,641.72) 
15-2/11/64 

NEW BUS ACCOUNT 

ITEM NO. 1265 — Special Article — Drainage Problem 
Appropriation $2,100.00 

Expenditures 443.60 



Balance $1,656.40 

ITEM NO. 1266 — Special Article — Water System 
Appropriatin $3,591.00 

Expenditures 2,333.00 



Balance $1,258.00 

Total $2,914.40 



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Superintendent's Total Salary 1962-63 

Peterborough $ 3,477.35 

Jaffrey 2,775.25 

Dublin 753.95 

Hancock 656.20 

Rindge 786.25 

Sharon 51.00 

State's Share 2,500.00 



$11,000.00 



Teacher Consultant's Total Salary 1962-63 

Peterborough $ 2,168.23 

Jaffrey 1,730.45 

Dublin 470.11 

Hancock 409.16 

Rindge 490.25 

Sharon 31.80 

State's Share 2,500.00 



$ 7,800.00 

C. DETAILED STATEMENT OF EXPENDITURES 

For Year Ending June 30, 1963 

ADMINISTRATION 
110.1 Salaries of District Officers 

Lewis D. Gilmore, School Board $110.00 

Newell V. Whitaker, School Board 60.00 

Basil B. MacLeod, Jr., School Board 60.00 

Florence E. Stebbins, Treasurer 60.00 

James F. Allen, Moderator 5.00 

Ralph H. Pangborn, Clerk 5.00 

Amy White, checklist, 1962 7.00 $307.00 



135.0 Audit and Census 




Walter A. Cleveland 


$15.00 


Charles H. Rice, Jr. 


15.00 


May F. Aube 


65.00 


190.1 Supplies and Expenses 




American School Boards Assn. 


$ 9.75 


New Hampshire School Boards Assn. 


15.00 


Supervisory Union 47 


.46 


Monadnock National Bank 


9.61 


Adams Printing Co. 


33.00 



$95.00 



$67.82 



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INSTRUCTION 




210.3 Teachers' Salaries 




George F. Wattendorf 


$4,800.00 


Martha R. Hale 


4,750.00 


Laura G. McKenney 


4,750.00 


Evelyn S. Sands 


4,750.00 


Elizabeth T. Robertson 


294.00 


Lawrence F. Woodward 


432.00 


Lorna J. Letourneau 


128.00 


Joann Regan 


148.00 


Pauline Stevenson 


45.00 $20,097.00 


215.0 Textbooks 




American Book Company 


$ 26.83 


Ginn and Company 


102.82 


The Macmillan Company 


234.61 


Silver Burdett Company 


19.78 


Scott, Foresman and Company 


28.38 


Encyclopaedia Britannica Press 


18.04 $430.46 


220.0 Library and Visual Aids 




Houghton Mifflin Company 


$ 15.74 


Row, Peterson & Company 


1.66 


Bobbs-Merrill Company 


13.67 


Denoyer-Geppert Company 


19.99 


Supervisory Union 47 


3.00 


Holt, Rinehart & Winston, Inc. 


31.76 


J. L. Hammett Company 


62.79 


National Education Association 


7.00 


Field Enterprises Education Corp. 


127.30 


Martin Murray Corp. 


78.02 


Benenc Press 


77.30 


Cuisenaire Company of America, Inc. 


47.50 $485.73 


230.0 Teaching Supplies 




Encyclopaedia Britannica Press 


$106.87 


The Felt Crafters 


.84 


J. L. Hammett Company 


66.17 


Milton Bradley Company 


358.83 


The Ruwe Pencil Company 


15.59 


Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc. 


15.71 


Charles E. Merrill Books 


21.59 


Ellie Smith 


8.78 


Silver Burdett Company 


12.12 



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Cadigan Sport Store 140.75 

Scott, Foresman and Company 179.49 

Pioneer Office Appliance Co. 120.20 

George Wattendorf 20.00 

Supervisory Union 47 45.57 

American Education Publications 68.50 

News Map Of The Week, Inc. 19.75 $1,200.76 



235.0 Contracted Services 
Boston University Sargent Camp $ 450.00 

WENH — TV 65.50 $515.50 



Credit: Received for Sargent Camp 177.00 

$338.50 

290.0 Other Instructional Expenses 

Mrs. Howard Burt, Postmaster $ 4.40 

Willis Fogg 23.25 

Rindge Memorial School, Petty Cash Acct. 20.00 

Supervisory Union 47 11.13 

Ruth Eaves 20.00 

Elie Belletete & Sons 12.74 

Martha Hale 38.00 $129.52 



ATTENDANCE SERVICES 
310.0 Truant Officer 
Ernest Goodall $15.00 $15.00 

AUXILIARY SERVICES 
400.0 Health Services 
Ruth S. Langille, RN, nurse $460.00 

Franklin W. Sterling, MD, physician 50.00 

The Griswold Pharmacy 23.37 

Treasurer, State of N. H., dental clinic 65.00 

Raymond A. Moore, DMD, dental clinic 50.00 

G. H. Tilden & Co. 3.95 $652.32 



500.0 Transportation 

Roger Burt $ 204.00 

Willis Fogg 158.22 

Hopkins Garage, new bus 5,250.00 

Lewis C. Hayward 180.31 

Letourneau Insurance Agency 102.56 



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Freddie's Jenney Service 


951.45 




Roland C. Goddard 


149.55 




Jenney Manufacuring Co. 


993.96 




Monadnock Ledger, Inc. 


3.00 




George W. Garland 


145.04 




Hopkins Garage 


7.70 




N. R. Fogg & Son 


87.29 




R. C. Cochran 


1,400.00 




Gorham Fire Equipment Co. 


9.48 




H. Gilmore & Co. 


5.20 




Percy L. Quimby 


918.87 




Clarence P. French 


1,183.00 




Howard 0. Burt, Sr. 


64.83 


$11,814.46 


Credits: State Gas Tax Rebate 


200.78 




Insurance dividend 


21.72 


$222.50 






$11,591.96 


PLANT OPERATION 




610.0 Salaries 






Percy L. Quimby 


$1,802.47 




Howard 0. Burt, Sr. 


97.25 




Clarence P. French 


57.75 




George F. Wattendorf 


96.00 


$2,053.47 


630.0 Supplies 






Masury-Young Company 


$ 79.25 




John R. Lyman Company 


52.13 




Mt. Kilburn Paper Co. 


121.97 




American Standard Corporation 


71.65 




Hillyard Sales Company 


107.35 




J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Company 


287.60 




Central Paper Company 


112.47 




Aborn Chemical Industries 


325.54 




George T. Johnson Company 


32.40 




B. A. Larson & Company 


32.33 




Milton Bradley Company 


5.25 




Richco Products, Inc. 


35.80 




Elie Belletete & Sons 


10.82 




H. Gilmore & Company 


62.13 




The Harmar Company 


8.75 


$1,345.44 



$1,740.00 


$1,740.00 


$1,258.00 




152.86 




201.50 


$1,612.36 



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635.0 Contracted Services 

Wayne Pike $108.00 

Jon G. Reenstierna 9.00 

Wayne Faery 14.75 $131.75 

640.0 Heat 

N. R. Fogg & Son 

645.0 Utilities 
New Hampshire Electric Company 
New England Tel. & Tel. Co. 
Bateman Oil Co., gas 



690.0 Other Operational Expenses 
Monadnock Ledger, Inc. $3.00 $3.00 

PLANT MAINTENANCE 

710.0 Salaries 
Howard O. Burt, Sr. $648.32 $648.32 

726.0 Repairs to Equipment 
Decora Mfg Co. 
Derby's, Inc. 

Pioneer Office Appliance Co. 
A. H. Rice Co. 
Sharon Home Service 
Howard N. Chase 
Richard Dykstra 
Freddie's Jennie Service 



766.0 Repairs to Building 
Elie Belletete & Sons 
H. Gilmore & Company 
A. P. Bateman & Son Co. 
N. H. Fire & Safety Equipment Co. 
Lauder Electric Company 
LeClair Well & Pump Co. 
Richard Dykstra 
Aborn Chemical Industries 
Milton Bradley Company 
F. W. Webb Company 

Credit: Payt. of insurance claim 



$ 4.64 




6.00 




7.50 




32.05 




29.63 




11.80 




9.90 




9.00 


$110.52 


$ 55.83 




53.04 




49.41 




27.00 




54.25 




547.00 




155.20 




161.00 




5.68 




6.60 


$1,115.01 




546.99 




$ 568.02 



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FIXED CHARGES 

850.0 Retirement and Social Security 
Treasurer, State of N. H., Social Security $658.54 
N. H. Teachers Retirement System 1,021.00 

N. H. Employees Retirement System 127.56 

N. H. Dept of Public Welfare, 

administering Social Security 4.24 $1,811.34 



855.0 Insurance and Bonds 

Edith S. Fitzgerald $320.60 
Gilmore's Insurance Agency 143.33 

Roland C. Goddard 285.60 $749.53 



GENERAL SUPPORT ITEMS 
975.0 School Lunch 

Reimbursable by Federal Funds $839.59 

District Appropriation 300.00 

District Subsidy, addl. 502.00 

Central Paper Products Co. 79.35 

Aborn Chemical Industries 54.36 

Interstate Restaurant Co. 37.00 

Gottschalk Sales Corp. 7.82 
Craig Supply Co. 



1090.0 Student-Body Activities 
George Wattendorf 
Rindge School Lunch Program 
Raymond Hoyt 

Credit: Received for Police fee 



CAPITAL OUTLAY 

1267.0 New Equipment 
J. L. Hammett Company $107.47 

The Jarmak Company 184.00 

Science Materials Center 35.04 $326.51 



35.03 


$1,855.15 


$30.10 

12.00 

4.50 


$46.60 




4.50 




42.10 



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DEBT SERVICE 
1370.0 Principal 

Monadnock National Bank 

school bus notes $1,500.00 

building bonds 2,000.00 

Cooncord National Bank, building bonds 2,000.00 $5,500.00 



1371.0 Interes 

Monadnock National Bank 

school bus notes $ 22.50 

building bonds 320.00 

Concord National Bank, building bonds 175.00 $517.50 



1390.0 Debt Service 

Concord National Bank $10.00 $10.00 

TRANSFER ACCOUNTS 

1477.1 Tuition 

Jaffrey School District $30,808.64 

Monadnock Regional School District 1,930.36 

Town of Winchendon, Mass. 4,500.00 $37,239.00 



1477.3 Supervisory Union Budget (Rindge Share) 
Supervisory Union No. 47 

Superintendent's Salary $786.25 

Teacher Consultant's Salary 490.25 

Office Salaries 740.00 

Office Expenses 570.55 $2,587.05 



1477.4 Tax for State- Wide Supervision 
Treasurer, State of New Hampshire 

Per Capita Tax $386.00 $386.00 



TOTAL EXPENDITURES $94,648.13 



100 

D. SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM 

Financial Statement 
July 1, 1962 to June 30, 1963 

BEGINNING BALANCE — July 1, 1962 
RECEIPTS 



Lunch Sales — Children 
Lunch Sales — Adults 
Reimbursement 
District Appropriation 
Misc. Cash 


$3,072.45 

202.65 

839.59 

802.00 

12.00 




TOTAL RECEIPTS 
TOTAL AVAILABLE 




$4,928.69 
$4,928.69 


EXPENDITURES 
Food 
Labor 
All Other Expenditures 


$3,222.50 

1,698.00 

7.99 




TOTAL EXPENDITURES 
BALANCE — JUNE 30, 1963 




$4,928.49 
$ .20 



BALANCE SHEET 
Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1963 



ASSETS 



Cash on Hand June 30, 1963 
Accounts Due 
Reimbursement 


$ .20 
10.64 


Total Assets 
Excess of Liabilities over Assets 
Grand Total 


$10.84 
$10.84 


LIABILITIES 

Accounts Owed 
Total Liabilities 
Excess of Assets over Liabilities 


$10.84 


Grand Total 


$10.84 



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E. NOTIFICATION OF SCHOOL ASSESSMENT, 1963 

EXPENDITURES (1963-64) 

Current Expenditures $88,126.97 

Capital Outlay 

New Equipment, including NDEA 550.00 

Debt and Interest 4,430.00 

Special Appropriations 

Deficiency Appropriation 2,963.49 

Walter filter and softener 3,591.00 

Land Drainage 2,100.00 

Capital Reserve 2,000.00 



TOTAL APPROPRIATION $103,761.46 

RECEIPTS (1963-64) 
Balance, June 30, 1963 — 

Less Liabilities (Estimate) $2,597.91 

Federal Aid (Estimate) 200.00 

State Aid (Estimate) Building 1,200.00 

Other Receipts (Estimate) 25.00 

Assessment Required to Meet School 

District Appropriation 99,738.55 



TOTAL APPROPRIATION $103,761.46 

AUTHORIZATION TO ISSUE NOTES OR BONDS 
Purpose for Which Notes Were Voted 

NONE 

CERTIFICATES 
TO THE BOARD OF SELECTMEN: 

I certify that the above is a correct statement of the obli- 
gations authorized, and the amounts to be assessed to meet 
statutory requirements and appropriations made at the annual 
meeting of the Rindge school district held March 8, 1963. 
July 23, 1963. 

RALPH H. PANGBORN 

Clerk of the School District 

TO THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION: 

I certify that the above is a correct statement of the finan- 
cial proceedings of the district for the school year 1963-64, and 
that copies of this statement have been filed with ihe chairman 
of the board of selectmen and entered in the records of the 
school board in accordance with N. H. Revised Statutes An- 
notated, Chapter 197, Section 20., 
July 22, 1963. 

NEWELL V. WHITAKER 

Chairman of the School Board 



102 

F. BALANCE SHEET - JUNE 30, 1963 

ASSETS 

Cash on Hand June 30, 1963 

General Fund $1,008.36 

Accounts Due to District 

a. From State 102.77 

b. From Town 62-63 Def. Approp. 2,963.49 

c. From Federal Agency 165.01 



TOTAL ASSETS $ 4,239.63 

Net Debt (Excess of Liabilities Over Assets) 19,402.09 



GRAND TOTAL $23,641.72 



LIABILITIES 




Amounts Reserved for Special Purposes 




Jenney Mfg. Co. 


$ 83.81 


Simplex Time Recorder 


152.75 


Concord Natl. Bank 


5.00 


Town of Winch endon 


1,400.16 


Notes and Bonds Outstanding 


22,000.00 


TOTAL LIABILITIES 


$23,641.72 


GRAND TOTAL 


$23,641.72 



STATUS OF SCHOOL NOTES AND BONDS 

Name of Building or Project for Which 
Notes or Bonds Were Issued 

Rindge Bus 

Memorial Notes 
School Total 

Outstanding at Beginning 

of Year $26,00.00 $1,500.00 $27,500.00 

Total (2 plus 3) 26,000.0 1,500.00 27,500.00 

Payments of Principal of Debt 4,000.00 1,500.00 5,500.00 
Notes of Bonds Outstanding at End of Year 

(4 minus 5) 22,000.00 22,000.00 



103 

CERTFICATE 
This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. The accounts 
are kept in accordance with Section 24 of Chapter 71 of the 
Revised Statutes Annotated, and upon forms prescribed by 
the State Tax Commission. 

LEWIS F. FOOTE 
Superintendent 

NEWELL V. WHITAKER 
BASIL B. MacLEOD, JR. 
LEWIS D. GILMORE 
School Board 



PART V. CHILD ACCOUNTING 

A. TUITION PUPILS 

The Rindge School District is responsible for tuition for 
60 elementary and 61 secondary school pupils currently en- 
rolled in schools as follows : 

JAFFREY GRADE SCHOOL, Jaffrey. N. H. 

Grade 6: Margaret Bliss, Lewis D. Gilmore, Laura Haskell, 
Duane Hood, Lydia Johnson, Dorothy Knight, Scott Knight, 
Arnold Lafreniere, Sharon Pilling, Sherrie Marrotte, Richard 
Royce, Gail Sellars, Michael Seppala, Leslie Welch, and Diane 
Winship. 

CONAN HIGH SHOOL, Jaffrey, N. H. 

Grade 7: Deborah Anderson, Martha Brummer, Charlotte 
Burns, Timothy Burt, Shannon Davis, Thomas Dumaine, Susan 
Dykstra, Daniel Fournier, Jean Goddard, Francis Gregory, 
Elizabeth Hindmarsh, Steven Knight, Pamela Pasquale, James 
Powley, Donald Seppala, Judy Todd, and Steven Webster. 

Grade 8: Elizabeth Abbey, Sandra Betourney, William 
Burns, Peter Chamberlain, Daniel Ford, James French, Ray 
Haskell, David Hayden, Darryl Korpi, Ronald Lagasse, Edith 
Mattson, Sandra Quimby, Eva Royce, Nancy Sellars, and Don- 
na Welch. 

Grade 9: Linda Brodmerkle, Virginia Burns, Tanis Champ- 
ney, Gary Cheeseman, Glenn Davis, Judith Davis, Albert God- 
dard, Fred Hale, Grant Hood, Sheila Pike, Trudy Rice, Carol 
Stewart, and Karen Welch. 



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Grade 10: Nancy Betourney, Kenneth Blair, David Brod- 
merkle, Jean Burns, Elizabeth Champney, Diane Davis, Jeffrey 
Garland, Anne Gilmore, Dwight Haskell, Charles Hewitt, Craig 
Hoyt, David Jones, Terry O'Connor, Diane Prescott, Ramon 
Tater, and Bruce Todd. 

Grade 1 1 : Peter Anderson, Eileen Abbey, Elizabeth Allen, 
Barbara Blair, William Davis, Rosemary Ford, William French, 
Jean Harris, Elizabeth Inferrara, Anita LaFond, David Quimby, 
Linda Seppala, John Todd, and Kermita Winship. 

Grade 12: Katherine Brown, Lorraine Champney, Carol 
Ellsbree, David French, Kenneth French, Bruce Hall, James 
Jones, Dorothy Leeman, Richard Lifton, and Ronald Maclnnis. 

GEORGE EMERSON SCHOOL, Fitzwilliam, N. H. 
Grade 1 : Evelyn Wheeler and Warren Wheeler. 
Grade 4 : Herbert Wheeler. 
Grade 5 : Frank Wheeler. 

WINCHENDON SCHOOLS, Winchendon, Mass. 

Grade 5 : Jayne Floria. 

Grade 6 : Robert Floria. 

Grade 7: Neil Dykens, Sara Dykens, Steven Johnson, and 
Florence Wheeler. 

Grade 8: Charles Shaw and Douglas Earle. 

Grade 9: Kathryn Costello, Marjorie Floria, and Tanya 
Johnson. 

Grade 10: Robert Decoteau. 

Grade 11 : Margaret Dykens and Carol Floria. 

Grade 12: Janet Hugh gill and Florence Shaw. 

PETERBOROUGH CONSOLIDATED SCHOOL, 
Peterborough, N. H. 
Alan Chamberlain. 



B. STATISTICS FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1963 

Number of pupils registered during year 128 

Number of days actually in session 181 

Percent of attendance 95.3 

Average attendance 110.7 

Average membership 116.1 

Aggregate attendance 20,035.5 
Average number of days each pupil was in school 172.6 

Non-resident pupils (Tuition) 

Pupils transported at district expense (Average) 

Elementary 126 

High 55 181 



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C. SCHOOL 


CENSUS AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 


1963 




Ages as of September 1, 


1963 






Less than 1 year 








18 


1 








27 


2 








19 


3 








24 


4 




i- 




31 


5 








20 


6 








26 


7 








20 


8 








24 


9 








22 


10 








27 


11 








22 


12 








17 


13 








19 


14 








18 


15 








20 


16 








20 


17 








18 


Through 18 








17 



Total 



409 



Grade 1 
Grade 2 
Grade 3 
Grade 4 
Grade 5 



D. ENROLLMENT 

As of February 7, 1964 
RINDGE MEMORIAL SCHOOL 



22 
17 
18 
24 
24 



105 



06 



PART VI. AUXILIARY ACTIVITIES AND 
SPECIAL REPORTS 

A. HEALTH 

The general health of Rindge pupils has been unusually 
good. There were only 5 cases of chicken-pox reported and 2 
cases of skin infections. Only 5 pupils were taken home from 
school by the nurse for sickness with the exception of several 
Rindge pupils taken home from Conant. Parents have been 
co-operative in keeping sick children home from school. 

Dr. Sterling, school physician, examined 61 pupils in the 
odd-numbered grades, as well as special cases referred to him. 
He has been available for consultation in problem cases, and 
has assisted in planning for general school health programs 
and immunizations. The school nurse completed annual vision 
and hearing tests and kept watch for conditions requiing special 
attention. Assistance was given in corrections of remedial den- 
tal and vision defects. 

The annual dental clinic, subsidized by special funds, was 
continued for the benefit of children who might not find dental 
services available to them. Thirty-six office appointments with 
Dr. Raymond Moore provided 92 fillings nd 29 extractions for 
21 different pupils. 

Immunization from all three types of polio is now being 
done with the Sabin Oral Vaccine. Three separate drinks for 
this more permanent immunization were given, all pupils being 
included in the program. There were 406 drinks given and, 
for those who missed one or more of the three types, another 
opportunity will be given to complete the series. 

The annual pre-school registration and examinations were 
held in May. On this day all pupils were advanced one grade, 
permitting new pupils to be in the classroom to become better 
acquainted with the teacher. The sixth graders also had the 
opportunity to "move up a grade" and visit the junior high 
school in Jaffrey. The pupils and the teachers all profited by 
this experience. 

The pre-school registration provides the oppotrunity for 
parents and pupils to become acquainted with the school, to 
receive information about the school regulations, the facilities, 



107 



the school calendar, and school personnel. At his time birth 
certificates are checked, health histories taken, and a record 
system set up for each child. Children are also checked for 
vision, hearing, dental work, and physical defects which might 
influence school achievement. This gives a chance for sum- 
mer corrections. School aodministrators also have an opportu- 
nity to make provision during the summer for classroom and 
school bus needs. 

Approved professional meetings were attended by the 
nurse. Among these were : 

Organizational meeting, Peterborough 1 day 

State Teacher Convention, Manchester 1 day 

Nurse Professional meetings, Concord 7 days 

Nurse Professional meetings, Concord 9 days 
Nurse Professional meetings. Monadnock Regional 1 day 

Nurse Professional meetings, Keene 1 day 

Nurse Professional meetings, Peterborough 3 days 



CLINICS AND REFERRALS 
To physicians 
To oculists 
To Otologist 
Speech 
Orthopedic 

First aid and referrals 
Home visits 



18 
8 
1 

1 

1 

80 

74 



TESTS AND EXAMINATIONS 
By physician 
By nurse 
Vision tests 
Hearing tests 
Weighed and measured 
Defects found 



61 
125 
151 
131 
125 
118 



Defects corrected 86 — 73% of defect 

Without apparent defect 89 — 75% of pupils 

Pre-school exams 26 

To end the school year the Health Records were in order 
and the permanent records up-to-date and filed. The pre-school 
booklets were completed and sent out, pre-school exams done 
and records complete. 

RUTH S. LANGILLE 



108 

B. REPORT OF RINDGE SCHOOL DISTRICT 
BUILDING STUDY COMMITTEE 

The frollowing members of the building study were ap- 
pointed by Walter Cleveland, Moderator of School District: 
Roger Burt, Walter Hood, William Stoddard, John Weidner, 
and Newell Whitaker. William Stoddard was elected chairman 
and John Weidner, clerk. 

The first meeting of the committee consisted of overall 
discussion and planning for the future. The original architect 
was to be contacted and the State Board of Education. A sur- 
vey was to be made of the future needs of the school district. 
Mr. Coates, who was on the school board when the present 
building was constructed, was to be contacted for information. 

Mr. Coates was present at a subsequent meeting and 
presented much helpful information. He informed the com- 
mittee that while no formal plans had been drawn up some 
consideration had been made for expansion, all electrical con- 
duits, and piping end in the east wall and that dowels are in 
the foundation. 

Mr. Damon Russell of thre State Board of Education was 
present at another meeting, members of the school board, and 
Mr. Foote and Mr. Barnes from the Supervisory Union. At this 
meeting the following points were brought out. 

The seventh and eighth grades should be educated in a 
junior high school level, where proper departmentalization 
can be carried out. The demands on high school graduates are 
becoming so great by both colleges and business that the high 
school system is having to meet higher educational standards. 
In order to meet these standards it is becoming necessary for 
junior high grades of 7, 8, and 9 to be better prepared for 
senior high school. 

The Rindge School District will probably continue send- 
ing the 7-12 grades to Jaffrey and will participate in the future 
under the area school plan. The need for this is evidenced by 
the fact that the state would like all high schools to have a 
minimum of 500 students. They feel that in this way the stu- 
dents can get the best possible education at the optimum cost. 

We have two alternatives to our educational problem, the 
committee feels. However, we should first consider the fact 
that in order to properly educate our children; each grade 
should be in a separate classroom with a separate teacher. 
Also it is not too distant in the future that the State Board of 
Education will require a library in each elementary school. The 
state also strongly recommends that an elementary school with 
six teachers should allow one-half of the principal's school day 



109 

for administration purposes, and that a school with eight 
teachers have a full-time principal. 

Taking these requirements into consideration the com- 
mittee feels that the two following plans are the only realistic 
solutions. 

Plan A: Tuitioning the 5th and 6th grades out to Jaffrey — 
this is a good plan because the Jaffrey School District can 
easily accommodate the Rindge 5th and 6th grades, room being 
available due to the advent of the parochial school in Jaffrey. 
The educational standards of the Jaffrey school are very fine. 
Plan B: Grades 1-6 can be properly educated in a town our 
size, but it is most desirable to have a teacher and classroom 
for each grade. Our increased enrollment is such that it is be- 
coming difficult for a single teacher to instruct a large mixed 
class. Also the material and methods being taught are becom- 
ing more advanced. The State Board of Education recommends 
that a single classroom and teacher per grade is highly desir- 
able. 

Articles are being inserted in the warrant for the people 
of the school district to express their feelings for either plan. 

The committee feels after discussing educational stand- 
ards with Mr. Russell that the district consider adding a third 
classroom, this room to be used as a library, health room, per- 
manent audio visual aid room, and remedial reading room. 
The third room would be a definite asset to the school. The 
committee, after consultation with a builder and architect and 
taking into consideration the present structure, finds it not 
feasible to add only three rooms. Considering that we will 
eventually add more classrooms as the district grows, we should 
plan now for the future. The committee therefore recommends 
that we add the equivalent of four rooms. The space for the 
fourth room is to be used for boys' and girls' toilet facilities, 
teachers' room, and storage, the present teachers' room used 
only for first aid. The committee has had floor plans drawn 
up with the specific idea in mind of allowing for future expan- 
sion. 

Considering cost for expansion the committee feels the 
four-room addition can be done for about $40,000.00. The 
yearly cost will be about : 

$ 2,000.00 Principal 
1,400.00 Interest 
11,500.00 Two and one-half teachers (2 at $4,500.00 

and 1 at $2,500.00) 
2,000.00 Operational 
3,000.00 Equipment 

$19,900.00 



110 

This yearby cost will decrease by $3,000.00 after the first 
year and about $70.00 to $100.00 thereafter as interest de- 
creases. 

This cost must be considered against the cost of tuitioning 
students $300.00 per pupil times 50 pupils in 5th and 6th 
grades now equals $15,000.00. In considering costs, tuition 
will not remain constant but will rise, so will teacher and 
building costs. 

The plans being considered by the committee will fit into 
the present colonial architecture, so that the "Rindge Memorial 
School" will not have a piece-meal appearance. 
February 11, 1964 

Respectfully submitted, 

ROGER BURT 
WALTER HOOD 
WILLIAM STODDARD 
JOHN WEIDNER 
NEWELL WHITAKER 



Ill 



Date 
1963 



VITAL STATISTICS 

For the Year Ending December 31, 1963 



Place 



Jan. 6 Peterborough 
Jan. 27 Peterborough 
Feb. 23 Keene 
Feb. 23 Gardner, Ms. 
Feb. 24 Peterborough 
Mar. 16 Keene 
Mar. 18 Peterborough 
Mar. 22 Keene 
June 6 Peterborough 
July 3 Winch'don, Ms. 
Aug. 16 Peterborough 
Aug. 19 Winch'don, Ms. 
Aug. 21 Peterborough 
Aug. 24 Winch'don, Ms. 
Sept. 10 Peterborough 
Oct. 8 Winch'don, Ms. 
Oct. 27 Peterborough 
Nov. 6 Peterborough 
Nov. 12 Peterborough 
Dec. 6 Peterborough 
Dec. 15 Winch'don, Ms. 
Dec. 19 Peterborough 



BIRTHS 



Baby's Name 

Melinda Christine 
Gail Eva 
Bruce Harrington 
Ronald Keith 
Jennifer 
Mitchell Peter 
Carl Joseph 
Baby Boy Dykstra 
David Louis 
Carl Michael 
Lisa Anna 
Jennifer Elizabeth 
David Charles 
Arnold Oscar 
Michaei Paul 
Peter Gus 
Kim Debra 
Allison Marie 
Tracy Jean 
John Andrew 
Fae Eileen 
Russell Alan 



Father's Name 

Daniel Johnson 
Roland E. Blouin 
Redvers G. White 
Ronald H. Brewer 
Joseph Z. Ryan 
Peter U. Gordon 
Sherman L. Wilder 
Richard Dykstra 
Archie Letourneau, Jr. 
Michael E. Olson 
Oliver J. Taylor 
Paul A. Michaud 
David H. Buzzell 
Raymond E. Hughgill 
Francis T. Lambert 
Edwin B. Seppala 
James M. Anderson 
Earle E. Lifton 
Homer S. Roy 
George F. Wattendorf 
Arnold R. Seppala 
George D. Chapman 



Mother's Name 

Jacqueline French 
Margaret A. Buzzell 
Maureen E. Harrington 
Janice R. Lindsay 
Helen Opie 
Janet B. St. Pierre 
Cynthia M. Hanshaw 
Shirley A. Sedore 
Lorna J. Niemela 
Elaine A. Seppala 
Carlene A. Swift 
Joyce C. Pfeifle 
Janice C. Roy 
Gloria Graton 
Ruth E. Hyde 
Maryann Haapaoja 
Coralee Paine 
Ida K. St. John 
Janet E. Clapp 
Nancy J. Kenney 
Eileen P. Stauffeneker 
Shirley A. Swank 



Date 
1963 

Jan. 8 


Place 

Winchendon, Ms. 


Mar. 


1 


Rindge 


Mar. 


13 


Rindge 


Apr. 


4 


Rindge 


Apr. 


17 


Rindge 


May 


4 


Rindge 


May 


4 


Rindge 


May 


11 


Winchendon, Ms. 


May 


15 


Troy, N. H. 


May 


13 


Rindge 


May 


25 


Rindge 


May 


25 


Moultonboro, N. H 


June 


8 


Rindge 


June 


12 


Rindge 


June 


15 


Jaffrey 


June 


21 


Rindge 



MARRIAGES 

Name 

Larry L. Bosworth 
Donna L. Bartlett 
Roland G. Poirier 
Keitha M. Dunning 
Richard W. Hawes 
Hildred F. Bates 
Karl J. Kratschman 
Marie L. Majeau 
Albert D. Hill 
Eunice R. Speckman 
Joseph Ciancarelli 
Janet Lewis 
William J. Chiasson 
Linda L. Murray 
James N. Dunton 
Dora J. Cramb 
Bradlee W. Ceveland 
Doris M. Livingston 
Robert E. Bacon 
Clare C. Walker 
George F. E. Stevenson 
Lyda Lee Hardy 
Donald E. Speckman 
Mabel L. Fernald 
Charles W. Husbands 
Nancy A. West 
Girard J. Bibeau 
Brooke W. Carpenter 
Robert S. Ryder 
Jane L. McKenney 
George D. Forbes 
Frances E. Serra 



Residence 

Winchendon, Mass. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Jaffrey, N. H. 
Jeffrey, N. H. 
Medford, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Marlboro, Mass. 
Marlboro, Mass. 
Jaffrey, N. H. 
Rindge, N. H. 
East Walpole, Mass. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Orange, Mass. 
Orange, Mass. 
Fitzwilliam, N. H. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Peterborough, N. H. 
Hartland, Vermont 
Hartland, Vermont 
Lotus, California 
Chappaqua, New York 
Rindge, N. H. 
Jaffrey, N. H. 
Boston, Mass. 
Boston, Mass. 
Jaffrey, N. H. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Chatham, Mass. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Middleborough, Mass. 
Middleborough, Mass. 



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June 22 

July 4 

July 6 

July 8 

July 13 

July 13 

July 27 

July 27 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 3 

Aug. 11 

Aug. 17 

Aug. 29 

Aug. 31 

Sept. 12 

Sept. 21 

Sept. 21 

Sept. 27 

Sept. 28 

Sept. 28 

Sept. 29 

Oct. 24 

Nov. 18 

Dec. 14 



Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Winchendon, Ms. 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 

New Ipswich 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Keene 

Rindge 

New Ipswich 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Manchester 

Rindge 

Rindge 

Rindge 



Alan L. Geiger 
Phyllis A. Hjelm 
Rawlins C. Armes 
Dolores T. 
Adrian A. 
Cynthia J. 
George F. 
Katherine 
Phillip A. 
Carol J 
Paul H. 



Boisjolie 

Bennett, III 

Bliss 

Starzmann 
S. Hemlin 

Knight 
Possiel 
Pearson 



Judith N. Howe 
Chester C. Hoyle 
Eileen G. Gallant 
Leo J. Grenier 
Stella Ann Maldonis 
Charles B. Gilbert 
Sylvia M. Benoit 
Ralph F. Bazley 
Bernice J. LaFountain 
John A. Lutes 
Irma E. Adams 
Micael I. Traffie 
Katherine A. Raisanen 
David A. Yucavitch 
Rhoda A. Stanhope 
Donald R. Christian 
Mary J. Gauvin 
Charles L. Letourneau 
Barbara A. Page 
Charles M. Collins 
Sharon L. Lundrigan 
Henry W. A. Pyhala 
Karen H. Seppala 
Richard C. Bissonnette 
Sandra J. DiPrima 
David A. Needham 
Linda J. Lafreniere 
Henry R. Belloli 
Carol A. Carroll 
David R. Stoloff 
Susan T. Chait 
Daniel L. Giro 
Daniel Gaylord 
Daniel E. Whiting 
llona Nolan 
John E. Alexander 
Audrey A. Rogers 



Wellesley, Mass. 
Ashburnham, Mass. 
Spencer, Mass. 
Spencer, Mass. 
Orchard Park, N. Y. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Ashby, Mass. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Winchendon, Mass. 
Brewer, Maine 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
Oakdale, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Pepperell, Mass. 
Leominster, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
West Brookfield, Mass. 
West Brookfield, Mass. 
Chicago, Illinois 
Brookfield, Conn. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Dublin, N. H. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Shrewsbury, Mass. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
Fitchburg, Mass. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Keene, N. H. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Lynn, Mass. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Leominster, Mass. 
Leominster, Mass. 
Keene, N. H. 
Rindge, N. H. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Fayeville, Mass. 
Hartford, Conn. 
New Haven, Conn. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Worcester, Mass. 
No. Quincy, Mass. 
Quincy, Mass. 
Wellesley, Mass. 
Wellesley, Mass. 



DEATHS 



Date 








1963 


Place 


Name 


Age 


Jan. 


7 


Arlington, Mass. 


Lillian M. Pangborn 


84 


Jan. 


12 


Winchendon, Mass. 


Forest C. Wellington 


51 


Jan. 


22 


Peterborough 


Fred M. Putnam 


77 


Feb. 


20 


Rindge 


Amy Belle Rice 


81 


Feb. 


22 


Rindge 


Charles H. Letourneau 


42 


Mar. 


22 


Keene 


Baby Boy Dykstra 


17 hours 


Mar. 


28 


Fitchburg, Mass. 


Marion E. Bartlett 


64 


Apr. 


7 


Gardner, Mass. 


Warren A. Phillips 


73 


Apr. 


13 


Ithaca, New York 


Annie S. Impola 


65 


Apr. 


18 


Winchendon, Mass. 


Andrew A. Lepicier 


71 


Apr. 


21 


Rindge 


Eugene A. Fuller 


90 


Apr. 


26 


Winchendon, Mass. 


Donald A. Hale 


61 


June 


7 


Rindge 


R. Benjamin LaRue 


66 


June 


13 


Westmoreland 


Helen E. Reenstierna 


61 


July 


14 


Peterborough 


Baby Blair 


7 hours 


July 


29 


Rindge 


Raymond W. Ford 


50 


July 


31 


Westmoreland 


Amanda Letourneau 


79 


Oct. 


1 


Winchendon, Mass. 


Edward F. Helie 


61 


Oct. 


9 


Gardner, Mass. 


Evelyn Lyno 


72 


Oct. 


16 


Rindge 


Helen E. Sandback 


55 


Nov. 


9 


Winchendon, Mass. 


Evelyn S. Goddard 


33 


Dec. 


2 


Winchendon, Mass. 


Fannie C. Carr 


83 



ROLAND C. GODDARD 
Town Clerk 






RESIDENT VALUATION 



REAL AND PERSONAL 



1963 



RESIDENT VALUATION REAL AND PERSONAL - 1 96 3 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




_ 


a 




~ri 3 


x 




Estate 




"o 
a. 


u 

< 


_ 

2£ 




1— 


Abbey, George F and 


Homestead 


18000 


2 


2.25 


I800C 


388.80 


Eileen B 


1 male dog 




2 








Adamovich, Shirley Sol 














Aho, Bernard T and 


Unf Homestead 


5000 


2 




500C 


108.00 


Rose M 






2 








Aho, Walter Sol 














Allen, Hazel B 


Homestead 
1 male dog 


12500 


2 


30 


t250C 


270.00 


Allen, William T Sol 


Cottage # 8 1 lots 1 -8 














Blk E WLake C 


10000 






900C 


1 94.40 




(Exempt $1 000) 












Allen, E Beryl 


3 female dogs 
3 male dogs 




2 








Anderson, August P and 


Homestead 


4500 


2 


9 


450C 


97.20 


Roberta M 






2 








Anderson, Gunnar R 


Homestead 
Hastings Land 


14250 
250 


2 


16 
59 








Machinery 


250 






I475C 


318.60 




1 male dog 












Anderson, Evelyn G 






2 








Anderson, James J and 


Homestead 


17500 


2 


6.5 






Rachel L 


1/2 Metcalf Dam site 
1/2 Page Meadow & Lots 
]/2 Bowers (Adams) land 
1/2 Bowers (Stearns) land 
j/2 Bear land 
\/2 Taggert Lot 


200 
610 
100 
17C 
500 
165 


2 


1 

122 
20 
34 
100 
33 








1/2 - 2 Tracts Meadows land 2 




8 


19265 


416.12 


Baldwin, Charles L and 


Homestead 


7800 


2 


.75 


7800 


1 68.48 


Laura C 






2 








Ballantine, Benjamin D Sol 


Homestead 


14000 










and Inez S 


1 boat 


100 


2 




1410C 


304.56 


Ballum, Ann F 


3 Cottages Perley Lake 


12500 


2 










7 Boats 


400 






12900 


278.64 


Barker, Beulah T 


Homestead 


5300 






530C 


1 14.48 


Barrett, Ernest 


Homestead 
Barrett land 


12500 
450 


2 


1 
35 








Stock in trade 


1500 






I445C 


312.12 


Barrett, Edith F L 






2 








Bartlett, Norman E Sol 


Homestead 


2500 










and Leda G 


(Exempt $1 000) 
2 male dogs 




2 




150C 


32 .40 


Batcheldor, Miriam Hunt 


Homestead 


8500 




10 








C A Todd Land 


300 




20 


880C 


1 90.08 


Beach, Foster M and 


Cottage 


13500 


2 








and Edith M 


Cottage & Lot(Hanks) # 4 


7500 


2 




2100C 


453 .60 


Bemis, Howard A 


Homestead 


35000 


2 


7 


3500C 


756.00 


Betourney, Maurice A Sol 


Homestead 


10000 










and Lucienne L 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 




900C 


1 94 .40 


Blair, Everett C Sr 


Homestead 


2500 


2 


4 


255C 






Gordon Land 


50 




2 




55.08 


Blair, Ruth 






2 








Blair, Robert 






2 








Bliss, George 1 






2 











Description and Value of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




M 


D 






Estate 


o 

a. 


u 

< 


o_2 

2£ 


X 

o 
1- 


Bliss, Helen L 




2 








Blouin, Roland E 




2 








Blouin, Margaret A 




2 








Booth, Anna 




2 








Boudreau, Alfred R Sr Sol 


Homestead 14000 




3 






and Dorothy M 


Leonard & Jewell land 300 


2 


22 








Taylor Lot 25 






1432^ 


309.42 




1 female dog 










Brodmerkle, Emma 1 


1 male dog 


2 








Brummer, Edward C 


Sherwin Hill lot 400 


2 


17 


40C 


8.64 


Brummer, Margaret S 


1 male dog 


2 








Brummer, Martha S 


2 sheep 20 








.43 


Burgess, Leona M 




2 








Burgoyne, Leonard G 


Homestead 4 500 


2 




450C 


97.20 


and Priscilla M 


2 male dogs 


2 








Burns, William A Sol 


Homestead 1500 










and Leona D 


(Exempt $1 000) 


2 




50C 


10.80 


Burt, Howard O Sr 


1/2 Broom Shop Unf 2 500 
Lots 5 & 14 WLake C 30 
Lot 20 BlkL 20 


2 










Stock in trade 500 






305C 


65.88 


Burt, Helen R 


1/2 Broom Shop 2 500 


2 










Stock in trade 500 






3000 


64.80 




1 male dog 










Burt, Howard O Jr Sol 


Homestead & Garage 8 500 
1/2 Farrar land 800 
1/2 Jail house land 10 
Machinery 1 800 












(Exempt $1 000) 






101 10 


218.38 


Burt,Shirley R 




2 








Burt, Roger P Sol 


Homestead 7 500 










and Barbara E 


(Exempt $1000) 


2 




6500 


140.40 


Buzzell, Charles H 




2 








Buzzell, Eva M 




2 








Campbell, Dorothy E 


1/2 Cottage WRS 37 50 


2 










1/2 James land 50 






380C 


82.08 


Carbonneau, Henry N Sol 


Homestead lots 31 -2 -3 -4 , 
17,18,19,20 BlkW 2800 












(Exempt $1 000) 






1800 


38.88 


Carney, Ruth M Sol 


Homestead 8 500 
3 3x3 7 water and Acqueduct 




5/16 


8500 


183.60 


Caron, J L Robert Sol 


Homestead 8 500 












(Exempt $1 000) 






7500 


162.00 




1 male dog 










Caron, Elizabeth P 




2 








Carpenter, Brooke 




2 








Carpenter, David C JR Sol 


Homestead 14 500 










and Carol A 


2 Unf cottages-Surry Park. 15000 
Webber Cabin & Winchester 
land 6000 
Cottage #1 59 &lots 10 500 
1/2 Metcalf Dam site 200 
1/2 Page Meadow & Lots 6 1 
]/2 Bowers (Adams) land 100 
1/2 Bowers (Stearns)land 170 


2 









NAME 



Description and Value of 

Real and Personal 

Estate 





c 




o 




+- 





o 
"5.2 


< 


25 





Carpenter (Cont'd) 

and Carol A 



Cassey, Alfred M Sol 



Cassey, Graziella O 
Cathedral of the Pines 



Champney, Elizabeth A 
Champney, Ernest C 

Champney, Herbert J Sol 
and Helen B 



Chamberlain, Norman Sol 
Chamberlain, Marie 
Chapman, George D 
Chapman, Shirley A 
Charland, Leo 
Chase, Arthur P and 

Elsie M 
Cleaves, Marc i a E 



Cleaves, Walter E 
and Madeline M 

Cleveland, Richard A Sol 
and Marion B 



Cleveland, Walter A 

Cleveland, Mary B 
Coates, Wallace B Jr 

Coffin, Leslie G Jr Sol 

and Lucille M 
Colman, Lillian 
Converse, Alice H 

(cont'd) 



1/2 Bear land 500 

1/2 Taggert lot 16 5 
1/2 - 2 Tracts Meadow Land 2 

I Boat 100 

Machinery 1000 

Homestead 9000 

Newton land 50 
1 male dog 

Homestead Sunny Acres& 

Allen Land 20000 

1/4 Tenney Place 1 000 

I nterlaken Hilltop House 50000 

Coates Land 900 

N A Hale Land 1000 
(Exempt $50000) 



Homestead 

1 male dog 

Homestead 

Garage 

L Leighton Place 

Graton land 

Merchant cottage 

(Exempt $1 000) 



1 female dog 

Homestead 

Homestead 

1 male dog 

Homestead 

2/3 Cottage & lot 

Hastings land 

Jewell land 

Esterbrook lot 

Homestead 

Homestead 
Peter Jones lot 
(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 
Homestead 
Bixby lot 

Homestead 
Nathan Hale land 
Homestead 

Homestead 
Homestead 



52002 



8000 
1 50 
1300 
100 
1000 



02 



4500 
7800 

14000 

5000 

1 500 

20 

250 

1 1 500 

900C 
300 



9500 
50 

21000 

1 50 

5000 



350 
100001 



2 

) 2 

2 



3.5 



3 

1 

30 
2 



3 
90 



1 55 



1 .5 
6 



4886* 
905C 



2290C 
520C 



I090C 



450C 
780C 



20950 
1 1 500 



830C 



955C 



1 1 5C 
500C 

350C 



1055.48 
195.48 



494.64 
1 12.32 



235.44 



97.20 
168.48 



452.52 
248.40 



179.28 



206.28 



456.84 
108.00 

75.60 



NAME 



Description and Value of 

Real and Personal 

Estate 



c 
o 

o 
o_2 
o o 



Converse, Alice H (cont'd) 
Coolidge, Thomas J 
Coppers, Eleanor S 



Corey, Ann F 
Cormier, Raymond A 
and Phyllis E 

Courtemanche, Nelson A Sol 
and Leone 

Cowles, Ethel C and 
Whitney, Natalie C 

Cramb, Dora L 

Cramb, Donald W 
and Judith L 

Crosby, John B Jr 



Crosby, Charlotte R 
Cutler, Frank L 

and Helen V. 

and Charles I 
Dahlgren, John L 

Damon, Evelyn M 
Danforth, Everett E 



Danforth, Marshall S Sol 



Danforth, June 
Davard's, Inc 

Davis, Richard D Sol 

Davis, Rosealma 
Davis, William H 
Davis, Hope E 
Day, Minor 
Decoteau, Earl J Sr 
Decoteau, Irene R 
Delaney, M Caroline 
Donaway, Donald A 



Tottenham 
Converse land 
Cottage # 1 3 5 & Bldg 
East Lake M 
"Buttonhook" & Garage 
Wellington Div-Lake M 
Sherwin Homestead 
Converse land 
3 boats 
1 male dog 

Homestead and Smith 

land 

Trailer home 

Camp 

Unf Camp 

(Exempt $1 000) 

Homestead "Open Door" 

Homestead 
Homestead 

Homestead & Mill site 

Allen Meadow 

Bean & Symonds meadow 

Homestead 



Homestead 
2 male dogs 

Homestead 
Wilder lot 
Emory & Jones land 
2 I cows 

Buzzed mowing 
Homestead & Shop 
Mills & Machinery 
Stock in trade 
Pumps & tanks 

Davard's Manor & Lowe 

Place 

Homestead 

(Exempt $1 000) 



Homestead 



500 
3000 

14500 

34000 

19500 

200 

500 



1050 

400 

150 

50 



2 
50 01 2 



900 
82001 

700i 
2 
2 

80001 



8500 



12000 

180 

400 

2100 

75 

16500 

1500 

600 

1500 



95000 
9000 



2400 



2 



20 
1 50 



5 
14 



37 



45 
60 
20 

1 



200 

1 



5420C 1170.72 



1450C 313.20 



1350C 
1450C 



100C 

750C 
900C 

8200 



705C 
800C 



2010C 



P500C 



800C 



240C 



291 .60 
313.20 



21 .60 

162.00 
194.40 

177.12 



152.28 
172.80 



850C 183.60 



1475^ 318.71 



434.16 

2052.00 
172.80 

51 .84 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
q 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




_ 


M 

e 





x 




Estate 




o 
a. 


u 
< 


_ 

2£ 





Donaway, William 






2 








Doran, Genevieve 


Homestead 


12000 




18 1 


200C 


259.20 


and Susan F 














Dumaine, F C 3rd Sol 














Dumaine, Millicent L 






2 








Dunchus, Richard J 






2 








Dunchus, Eleanor A 






2 








Dwyer, Joseph R 


1/2 Unf Homestead 


2000 


2 


9 


200C 


43.20 


Dwyer, Edna M 


1/2 Unf Homestead 


2 000 


2 


9 


200C 


43.20 


Dwyer, Joseph R Jr Sol 














Dwyer, Barbara 






2 








Dyer, Orrin L Sr Sol 


Eleazer Blake House 


19000 




35 


900C 


410.40 


and Alice G 






2 








Dykens, Lloyd G Sol 


Camp Damon Pond 
(Exempt $1 000) 


1500 






50C 


10.80 


Dykens, Helen 






2 








Dykstra, Richard E Jr Sol 


Homestead 


1 1500 




1 10 






and Shirley A 


Green Pasture 
Smith Land 
(Exempt $1000) 
2 female dogs 


600 
900 


2 


59 


200C 


259.20 


Eaton, Herbert 


Cottage ^3 3 & 6 lots 


4800 






480C 


103.68 


Elsbree, Allen W Sol 


Homestead 


1 1000 




1 .24 






and Ruth L 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 




oooc 


216.00 


Faery, Wayne W 


Trailer & Lot 


3000 


2 


1 








Unf Garage 


400 






340C 


73.44 


Faulkner, Thomas B Sol 


Homestead & Garage & 


18000 










and Martha B 


H C Smith land 








I800C 


388.80 


Fillback, Armas W 


Homestead & Garage 


12500 


2 










1 boat 


100 






I260C 


272 .16 




1 male dog 












Fillback, Annie L 






2 








Fish, George C 


Homestead 


6000 


2 




600C 


1 29.60 


and Minnie E 






2 








Fitzgerald, John B 


Homestead 
1 male dog 


16000 




6 


I600C 


345.60 


Fitzgerald, Nancy A 






2 








Fitzgerald, Sidney B Est 


]/2 Homestead 
1/2 Bean Farm 


8000 
60G 




72 
120 








Gregg Pasture 


90C 




90 


950C 


205.20 


Fitzgerald, Edith S 


]/2 Homestead 
Hale land 


800C 
50C 


2 


72 
18 








E W Hale Land 


100C 




36 


950( 


205.20 


Fitzgerald, Ruth W 
Flogg, Sidney R 


Homestead 


500C 


2 
) 2 




500( 


108.00 


and Dorothy A 


1 male dog 




2 








Floria, Robert F Sol 


Homestead & Barn 


400C 


) 


24 


400( 


86.40 


and Juliette D 


1 male dog 




2 








Fogg, Newell R 


5 pumps & 1 6 tanks 


1000( 


) 2 








and Annie E 


Apt. & Service Station 
Garage 4 0x30 
Jewell land 
Homestead 


1600( 
400( 
400( 
800( 


) 2 

) 

J 










Garage 40x40 


6001 


3 




1800 


: 1036.80 


Fogg, Willis C ,. 
(cont d) 


Stock in trade 


2401 


3 2 




240 


[ 51 .84 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 






M 

0) 









Estate 






a. 


u 

< 


o_2 

2£ 


X 

a 
»— 


Fogg, Willis C (cont'd) 


1 female dog 












Fogg, Evelyn R 






2 








Ford, Raymond W 






2 








Ford, Ruth E 


Homestead 


24000 


2 


9 








Gravel bank 


50 




10 


2405C 


i 519.48 


Ford, Richard A 


Homestead 


5700 


2 


2 








5 sheep 


50 






575C 


124.20 




2 male dogs 












Ford, Cynthia W 






2 








Fournier, George 






2 








Fournier, Marguerite J 






2 








Franklin Pierce College 


(Exempt $3 5000) 


35000 










Frazier, Alice F 






2 








Frazier, Donald E Sol 


Cottage Pool pond 
(Exempt $1 000) 


6000 






500C 


' 108.00 


Fraser, Clara F 


1/2 Cottage WRS 


3750 


2 










]/2 James land 


5C 






380C 


82.08 


French, Clarence P 


Homestead 


350C 


2 


25 


350C 


75.60 


French, Harriet E 






2 








French, George H Est 


Homestead 


9000 




90 








Part of Bemis land 


300 




45 


930C 


200.88 


French, Hattie E 


1/4 Tenny-Cutler land 














with camp 


1000 






100C 


21.60 


French, Howard L 


Homestead 


12000 


2 


135 






and Edith E 


Smith lot 

John French farm 


50 
2500 


2 


10 
190 








8 cows 


640 






1519C 


328.10 




1 male dog 












French, Ronald S 






2 








French, William C Est 


Leah Martin lot 


150 




35 


15C 


i 3.24 


Frisk, Esther O 


Homestead 

D A Robbins lot 


3500 
200 


2 


1 .7 5 
20 








Robbins lot 


25 




1 


372L 


80.46 


Fuller, Eugene A Est 


Homestead 


1900C 




16 


1900( 


410.40 


and Enger L 














Gagnon, Maurice R Sol 


Homestead 
(Exempt $2 000) 


6500 




3.5 


450C 


97.20 


and Barbara R Sol 














Garland, George W Sol 


Homestead 


6500 




1-1/3 






and Helen R 


Cutter Mill land 
Otis Norcross land 
A M Wood Pasture 
(Exempt $1000) 
2 male dogs 


300 
300 
200 


2 


2.5 

20 

4.5 


630C 


136.08 


Gilmore, Lewis D Jr Sol 


Homestead 
Fletcher lot 


1 1500 
200 




17 
8 








Roadside frontage & stanc 


4000 




4 


1570C 


339.12 




1 male dog 












Gil more, Mary G 






2 








Goddard, Roland C 


Homestead 


8500 


2 


40 








1/2 Morgan lot Lake M 


90C 






940C 


203.04 


Goddard, Anna M 






2 








Goddard, Roland C Jr Sol 


Unf Homestead 


5000 










(cont'd) 















NAME 



Description and Value of 

Real and Personal 

Estate 







c 






o 














o 

a. 


© 
u 
< 




"0.2 
2£ 







Goddard, Roland C Jr (Cont'cj) 

and Evelyn L 
Godden, Edwin J Sol 

and Annetta L 
Goodall, Ernest L 

and Olivia J 
Gordon, Donald B 

and Patricia J 
Gordon, Peter U 

and Janet B 
Graton, Ethel M 
Gray, Howard A 

and Grace W 
Gray, Willard E Sol 

and Carrie S 

Hale, Donald A Est 

and Martha R 
Hamlin, Ernest J 
Hammond, Raymond E Sol 

and Alice E 
Harper, Exzelia L 



Harrington, Elmer A Sol 
and Mary B 



Haskell, Ray F Sol 
Haskell, Yvonne N 
Hawkins, George F Sol 
Hawkins, Eleanor M 
Hayden, Hazel P 
Hayden, Joel B Jr Sol 
Hayden, Ruth 
Hayden, Minnie F 
Helie, Edward Francis 
Helie, Helen H 
Hewitt, Merrill W 

and Virginia 
Hildreth, Donald W 
Hill, Hazel S Est 
Hill, George S 
Hill, Ira A 
Hill, Louis 

Hindmarsh, Robert G Sol 

Hindmarsh, Thera F 
Holdsworth Robert G Sol 
and Ann E 

Hood, Detroit G Sol 
and Anna M 



(Exempt $1000) 
Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 
Homestead 

Homestead 

Homestead 

Homestead 

Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 
Homestead 

Camp 

Homestead 

]/2 2 sq rd AllenMdw 

Homestead & Garage 

Feldman lot 

1 male dog 

Homestead & Lyon lot 

J B Robbins place 

Lowell & Thomas Mdw 

W R Tucker lot 

Homestead 



Homestead 

Trailer 
Homestead 

Ho mestead 
Restaurant 
Stock in trade 
Meade lot 
1 male dog 

Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 
Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 



8000 
1 1500 
18000 

8500 

9000 
8000 

8000 

100 

9000 

25 

9500 

120 

12500 

750 

400 

50 

7000 



8000 

4000 
1 1 500 

12000 

21 000 

200 

270 



7000 



4500 



4 
.7 5 

.75 

40 
25 



2 
6 

124 

50 
40 
1 
3 



10 



27 



400C 

700C 
I 1 50C 

I800C 

850C 

900C 

700C 
800C 
10C 
902f 
962C 



113700 
700C 



800C 

400C 
I 150C 

I200C 

2120C 
27C 



600C 



350C 



86.40 

151 .20 
248.40 

388.80 

183.60 

194.40 

151 .20 
172.80 
2.16 
1 94.94 
207.79 



295.92 
151 .20 



172.80 

86.40 
248.40 

259.20 

457.92 
5.83 



129.60 



75.60 



10 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 






n 

0) 


o 






Estate 




o 

a. 


U 
< 


o_2 

2£ 


X 

D 

1— 


Hood, Walter D Sol 


Homestead 


6000 






600( 


I 129.60 


and Carole S 






2 








Howard, Fred B 


Homestead 


8000 






800( 


I 172.80 


and Gladys 


1 male dog 












Hoyt, James A 


Homestead 


4000 


2 




400C 


i 86.40 


Hoyt, Mary L 






2 








Hoyt, Franklin B 






2 








Hoyt, Ralph L Jr Sol 


Homestead 


1 1500 










and Phyllis T 


(Exempt (1 000) 
1 male dog 




2 




1050C 


226.80 


Hoyt, Raymond A 


Homestead 


9000 


2 








and Helen L 


Damon land 
1 male dog 


500 


2 


1.5 


950C 


205.20 


Hughgill, George C 


Homestead 
Raymond pasture 
Murdock land 
1 horse 


14000 

300 

300 

50 


2 


160 

27 

29 








2 cows 


160 






1481C 


319.90 


Hughgill, Dolly C 






2 








Hughgill, Philip B 


2 cows 


160 


2 




16C 


3.46 


Hughgill, Robert C 






2 








Hughgill, Raymond E 






2 








Hughgill, Gloria M 






2 








Huntoon, Warren A Sol 














Huntoon, Helen M 






2 








Hurme, Arnold E 


Homestead 


15000 


2 




1500C 


324.00 


and Lempi E 






2 








Hutchins, Francis G Sol 


Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 


2000 






100C 


21 .60 


Inferrera, Paul J 


Homestead 
1 male dog 


8500 


2 


1 


850C 


183.60 


Inferrera, Clara E 






2 








Inferrera, Nancy C 






2 








James, Frank A 


Homestead 


8000 






8000 


172.80 


Jamsa, Fred 


Homestead 
2 male dogs 


6500 




6 


650C 


140.40 


Jamsa, Lyyli B 






2 








Jewell, Elwin C 


Bean & Symonds land 
Herman & hale land 
McColley land 
Woodmere lots 2 80-281 


500 

500 

50 

100 




20 
15 
15 








Stearns lot 


25 




9 


1 17f 


25.38 


Jewell, Annie B 


Homestead 
Fletcher lot 


9000 
100 




.25 
10 








Foster lot 


200 




13 


930C 


200.88 


Johnson, Arthur E 


Homestead 
Letourneau land 


19000 
3500 


2 


1 1 
3 








Schoolhouse-Popple 


5200 




30 


2770C 


598.32 


Johnson, Lillian R 






2 








Johnson, Daniel M Sol 


Liberty Jewell place 


10000 




15 


0000 


216.00 


Johnson, Jacqueline F 






2 








Johnson, Jasper T Sol 


Homestead 


7200 




28 






and Alfreda A 


(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 




2 




6200 


133.92 



1 1 





Description and Value 


of 






c 






NAME 


Real and Personal 




^^ 






^1 3 


x 




Estate 




*o 

a. 


u 
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_ 

2£ 


o 

1— 


Jones, Paul A 


Homestead 
Bennett pasture 
McDermott lot 
Fowie lot 


32000 
600 
100 
800 


2 


150 
100 
25 

5 








52 cows 


5200 






3870C 


835.92 




1 male dog 












Jones, Myrtle P 






2 








Kaipainen, Henry 






2 








Kalliainen, Calvin R 


Homestead 
1 male dog 


10000 


2 




1000C 


216.00 


Kalliainen, Edna 






2 








Kansanen, Jyry 


Wood lawn LakeLand 


6000 


2 










7 camps 2 B H 


6500 






1250C 


270.00 


Kendall, Winters M Sol 


Homestead 


1 1000 




13 






and Alice J 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 




1000C 


216.00 


Kennedy, Perley M 


Homestead 


5000 










and Hazel D 


Bascom & A W Stratton 














land 


500 


2 


60 








Kelley land 


200 






570C 


123.12 


Kennedy, Robert F Sol 


1/2 Homestead & 
]/2 Store 
Stock in trade 
(Exempt $1 000) 


7500 
1000 






750C 


162.00 


Keohane, Agatha S 






2 








Kimball, Minnie E 


Homestead 


8800 










and George R 


Metcalf Farm 


4000 




52 








White & Deeth land 


400 






13200 


285.12 


Kimball, George R 


Charlie Hale Mowing 
1/2 White & Deeth land 


200 
400 


2 










Machinery 


4000 






460C 


99.36 




1 female dog 












King, Fay O 


Homestead 


4200 




6 






and Josephine N 


Clark land 


200 


2 


14 


440C 


95.04 


Klein, Edward B Sol 


Homestead and Wellington 












land 


15000 




2 






and Katharine S 






2 




I500C 


324.00 


Knight, Ainsworth 


Homestead 

1/4 Knight Homestead 


9500 
1 100 


2 


4 
150 








Blake land 


800 




13 


1 140C 


246.24 


Knight, Ainsworth Jr 






2 








Knight, Delia WSol 


Trailer Homestead 


7500 




45 








1 cow 


80 






758C 


163.73 




1 male dog 












Knight, Arthur L 


1/4 Knight Homestead 


1 100 




1 50 


1 10C 


23.76 


Knight, Isabelle A 


Homestead 
Hastings land 
Lois Cleaves land 


9000 
100 
100 


2 


1 
1 
.25 








Hazel Geddes Land 


500 




63 


970C 


209.52 


Knight, Julia 




1 2 








Knight, Dana L 


Homestead 


13000 2 


64 






and Bernice E 


Rice land 
1 male dog 


600 


2 


23 


I360C 


293.76 


Knotts, Edward J Sr 


Homestead 


14800 


2 


6 






and Margaret E 


Lord Land 


1 50 


2 




I495C 


322.92 



12 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 






M 

a> 


o 






Estate 




o 
a. 


u 

< 


D.2 

2£ 


X 



1- 


Knotts, Edward J Jr 






2 








Koski, John L 






2 








Koski , Jenny D 


Aube place 
Russell & Tague place 
Albert Smith land 
Burnap Pasture 
Willard farm 
Picard Place 


620C 

1000 

500 

1200 

400 

600 


2 


18 
28 
50 
90 
23 
51 








Government land 


30 




3 


993C 


214.49 


LaFond, Felix A 


Trailer Home 
1 male dog 


4000 


2 




400C 


' 86.40 


LaFond, Edna 






2 








LaFond, Felix E 


Homestead 


4000 


2 




400C 


86.40 


and Doris L 


1 male dog 




2 








Lafreniere, Archie L Sol 


Homestead & Garage 


6000 










and Katherine M 


(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 




2 




500C 


> 108.00 


Lafreniere, Walter F 


2 male dogs 




2 








Lafreniere Lillian B 


Homestead 
Kemp land • 


3800 
125 


2 


1 
2 








Cottage & Kennel 


400 






432i 


93.42 


Lafreniere, Joseph A 


land 


250 




10 


2 5"C 


5.40 


and Linda S 














Lagassie, William J Sol 














Lambert, Robert F Sol 


Homestead 


8800 




2 






and Victoria L 


No. Mowing & Donley 




2 










land 


600 




6 


840C 


181 .44 




(Exempt $1 000) 














1 male dog 












Lambert ,Franc is T 


Homestead 


5000 


2 


4.5 


500C 


108.00 


and Ruth E 






2 








Larochelle, Ardis A 


Camp *2 Perley Lake 


3800 


2 




380C 


82.08 


LaRue, R Benjamin Est 


Homestead 

Lodge & cabins Perley 


20000 




13 








Lake 


17500 






3750C 


810.00 


Lauder, Charles A 


Homestead 


10000 


2 








and Ethel Marie 


Perry land 


500 


2 


23 








Stock in trade 


300 






1080C 


233.28 




2 male dogs 












Leeman, William B Est Sol 


Homestead 


1 1500 




.25 


1 150C 


248.40 


and Maymie L Sol 














Leon, Florence 


j/2 camp -Damon Pond 


550 


2 




55C 


1 1 .88 


Lepicier, Raymond L Sol 


Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 


5000 






400C 


86.40 


Lepicier, Dorothy 






2 








LeRocque, Thomas J 


Homestead 


9000 


2 




900C 


194.40 


and Marjorie R 






2 








Letourneau, Archie W JrSol 


Homestead 


9500 






9500 


205.20 


and Lorna J 


1 male dog 




2 








Letourneau, Alfred and 


]/2 Letourneau farm land 


2000 




60 


200C 


43.20 


Whitney, Carleton& Glori 


i 












Letourneau,. Charles Est & 


1/2 Letourneau farm land 


200C 




60 


200C 


43.20 


Leona, Oliver & Sade 















13 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




_ 


M 





x 




Estate 




~o 

a. 


u 

< 


O _r 
2£ 





Letourneau, Charles H. Est Sol 


Homestead 


1350C 




1 .5 






and Leona P Sol widow 


Fletcher pasture 


200C 




100 








Letourneau land-no road 


20C 




.5 


5700 


339.1 2 


Lifton, Earle E Sol 


Homes tead 


1200C 










and Anne M 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 




1000 


237.60 


Lindquist, Arnold 






2 








Long, Hjalmar B 






2 








Long, Marion M 


Homestead 
1 female dog 


750C 


2 


10 


7500 


162.00 


Lovell, Walter F 


1/2 homestead and 












J ■ 


1 /2 store 


750C 


2 








stock in trade 


100C 






850( 


I 183.60 




1 male dog 












Lundgren, Robert V Sol 


Homestead 


900C 




3 


9000 


1 94.40 


Lundgren, Stella 






2 








Lussier, Jean M 






2 








Maclnnis, Leo F 


Homestead 


1300C 


2 


4 






and Marie L 


Rand cottage 


380C 


2 


.5 








Jones & Hale land 


50C 




20 


I730C 


373.68 


MacLeod, Basil B 


Homestead 


600C 


2 




600C 


129.60 


and Alice L 






2 








MacLeod, Edward P 






2 








MacLeod, Basil B., Jr Sol 


Homestead 


820C 










and Kay P 


(Exempt $1000) 




2 




720C 


1 55.52 


Marcott, Alfred E 


Homestead 


800C 


2 








and Hazel E 


Stock in trade 


150C 


2 




950C 


205.20 


Marrotte, Arthur W 


Homestead & Garage 


800C 


2 








and Jeannette M 






2 




800C 


172 .80 


Martin, Clinton E Sol 


Homestead 


900C 










and Mildred C 






2 




900C 


1 94 .40 


Martin, Elizabeth J 


Homestead 


600C 






600C 


1 29.60 


Martin, Ulysses S Sol 


Homestead 


880C 










and Bertha B 


(Exempt $1000) 
1 male dog 




2 




780C 


168.48 


Mathewson, David A Jr Sol 


Homestead 


700C 










and Esther 1 






2 




700C 


1 51 .20 


Mattson, Alvina E 


Homestead 


880C 


2 




880C 


1 90.08 


Maxwell, Harry C 


Porter Hill land 


8C 




8 








Smith land 


20C 




20 


28C 


6 .05 


May, Gertrude C 


Home stead 


800C 












1/2 -2 sq rd Allen Mdw 


21 






802* 


173 .34 


McKenney, James A 


Homestead 


1050C 


2 








and Laura G 


Lot '20 Monomonoc Ter 


80C 


2 




1 130C 


244.08 


Melville, Samuel P 


Homestead 


1800C 




19 






and Alice A 






2 




I800C 


388.80 


Merchant, Alfred O 


Homestead 


380C 


2 








and Elizabeth M 






2 




380C 


82 .08 


Michaud, Jeffrey Sol 


Homestead 


80C 










and Estelle 


(Exempt $800) 




2 








Michaud, Paul A 


Homestead 


800C 


2 








and Joyce C 






2 




800C 


172 .80 


Miller, Edith K 


1/4 Knight Homestead 


1 10C 






1 10C 


23.76 


Morris, George L 


Homestead 
2 1 sheep 


1900C 
21C 


2 


14 






(cont'd) 















14 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 






M 


o 






Estate 




o 
a. 


u 

< 


o_2 

2£ 


X 
D 

1- 


Morris, George L (cont'd) 


4300 Fowls 
3 male dogs 


215C 






21 36( 


i 461.38 


Morris, Ruth E 






2 








Morton, Harry B 


Homestead 


700C 


2 




700( 


I 151.20 


and Mabel C 


1 male dog 




2 








Murphy, Gerald E 


Homestead 


750C 


2 








and Mary E 


2 boats 


10C 


2 




760( 


1 164.16 


Murphy, Hazel C 






2 








Musgrave, Mabel C 


J W Stratton land 


50C 


2 


100 








Homestead 


2000C 






2050C 


l 442.80 


Nadeau, Wilfred J Sol 


Homestead 


1100C 










and Irene M 


Store 


950C 


2 










Stock in trade 


200C 






2250C 


I 486.00 




1 male dog 












New Hampshire Quaker 














School Associates, Inc 


Bliss House 

Hayden House 

Hindmarsh House 

Ravndal House 

Ryan House 

"The Shed" Bartlett 

The Laboratory 

Music Practice Room 

Poultry House 

The Barn & Hill Land 

The Workshop 

3 cows 

(Exempt $8 9740) 


2000C 

1250C 

18000 

12000 

1300C 

4500 

800 

20C 

20C 

750C 

80C 

24C 




200 


8974C 


i 


Nichols, Charles W Sol 


Homestead 


1750C 










and Barbara M 


Lots 32,33,34R 




2 










1 Boat 


50C 






1700C 


i 367.20 




(Exempt $1 000) 














1 female dog 












Nicholson, Aubrey K 


Homestead 


3200C 


2 


5 






and Ruth B 


Stratton Pasture, Garage 
and pond 


180C 


2 


10 








Gibson land 


120C 






3500C 


l 756.00 




2 male dogs 












Niemela, Alvah W 


Homestead # 45 & 1 2 lots 


2 










Wood me re 


730C 






730C 


I 157.68 


and Barbard J 






2 








Niemi, Rose 


Cottage on Damon land 


200C 


2 




200C 


i 43.20 


North Riding, Inc 


Timber top & storage & 
Flowage rights 
House trailer 
9 cows 


4000C 
80C 
72C 












27 sheep 


27C 






1000C 


i 216.00 




(Exempt $3 17 90) 












O'Brien, Robert J 






2 








O'Connor, Charles G 


Homestead 


1000C 


2 


.75 


1000( 


I 216.00 


and Jacqueline B 






2 








Olsen, Marilyn F 






2 








Olson, Michael C 


Homestead 


1200C 


2 








and Elaine 


]/2 Hoyt land 


75C 


2 




1275C 


I 275.40 



15 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




^_ 


n 


o 


x 




Estate 




"5 

a. 


u 
< 


2£ 




1— 


Page, Leroy Z 2nd 






2 








Page, Diana W 






2 








Pangborn, John F Sol 


Homestead & Land 
Fowle Hill & L F Hale 


15000 




12 








land 


1500 




45 


5500 


334.80 




(Exempt $1 000) 












Pangborn, Dorothy K 






2 








Pangborn, Ralph H 






2 








Pangborn, Betty S 






2 








Pasquale, Rocco R Sol 


Homestead & Land 


1 1500 






0500 


226.80 


and Joan B 


(Exempt $100 0) 




2 








Patey, Henry C 






2 








Patey, Adelaide W 






2 








Peabody, Lawrence Sol 


Homestead 


10800 










and Berta T 


Cutter Orchard &Shop 


2500 


2 










Garland Land 


400 






I270C 


274.32 




(Exempt $1 000) 














1 male dog 












Penttila, Konsta 


Homestead 


10500 




1 


I050C 


226.80 


Penttila, Emma 






2 








Perkins, Terrance 






2 








Perkins, Joyce 






2 








Phillips, John M 


Cottage # 1 52 E Lake M 


17000 


2 








and Christine W 


Sharp-lake frontageELake 


M 50C 


2 




I750C 


378.00 


Phillips, Christine <W 


cottage *1 51 E Lake M 
Cove cottage 
Townsend land 


15000 
4000 
1000 




1 5 








Wellington land 


4 50 






2045C 


441.72 




4 female dogs 














1 male dog 












Pike, Earl J 


Homestead 


8500 


2 




850C 


183.60 


and Anne C 






2 








Pike, Wayne B Sol 


1 /2 Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 


2600 






160C 


34.56 


Pike, Simone E 






2 








Pinault, Leo A 


Cottage $ Garage 
1 boat 


14000 
100 


2 










Lots 31 A &32 


200 






I430C 


308.88 


Pitney, Robert H Sol 


Homestead 


19000 






I900C 


410.10 


and Helen G 






2 








Poikonen, Alan 1 


Homestead 


1 1 500 


2 




1 1 50C 


248.40 


and Sally J 






2 








Popple, Frank 


Spooner Lot & camp 


400 




14 








Blair lot 


1 50 




30 


55C 


1 1 .88 


Popple, Herbert W 


Kelley Farm 


3000 




50 








Kelley land 


50 




.75 


305C 


65.88 


Popple, William N 






2 








Popple, Ora M 


Homestead 


7000 


2 




700C 


1 51 .20 


Powley, Robert J 


Homestead 


16000 


2 


13 






and Doris M 


1 cow 


90 


2 










9 neatstock 


450 






I654C 


357 .26 




2 male dogs 












Preble, Donald A 


Homestead 
1 male dog 


16000 


2 


41 


I600C 


345.60 


Prescott, Wellington 






2 









16 





Description and Value 


of 






c 




NAME 


Real and Personal 






in 
o 


a 






Estate 




o 
a. 


u 
< 


a.2 

2£ 


X 

a 


Pytko, Genevieve 


2 cottages-Lots 1 -6 incl 
Poole pond 


1000C 


2 










5 boats 


200 






I020C 


220.32 


Pytko, Edwin 






2 








Pytko, J Daniel 






2 








Quimby, Percy L Sol 


Cottage- Perley Lake 


4800 












1 boat 


75 






387f 


83.70 




(Exempt $1 000) 














1 male dog 












Quimby, Eleanor M 






2 








Ratte, Theodore F 


Homestead & Trailer 


7800 


2 




780C 


168.48 


and Gertrude V 






2 








Ravndal, Christian M 






2 








Ravndal, Janeal 






2 








Raymond, Marshall R 


Homestead 


12000 


2 


2 






and Geraldine A 


Store-West Rindge 


6000 


2 










Stock in trade 


2000 






2000C 


432.00 


Raymond, Russell M Sol 


Homestead 


6200 






520C 


1 12.32 


and Dorothy L 


(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 




2 








Raymond, William J Sr 


Homestead 


6000 


2 


3 






and Mildred L 


Kemp Sprout land 


200 


2 


15 


620C 


133.92 


Raymond, William J Jr Sol 


Unf Homestead 


7800 






680C 


146.88 


and Amy M 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 








Reenstierna, Jon G 






2 








Reis, Kernell G Jr Sol 














Reis, Harriet D 






2 








Rice, Charles H Jr Sol 


Homestead "Topside" 


12000 




10 






and Ruby E 


Wetmore land 


600 


2 


20 








Hill land & garage 


90C 




6 


I250C 


270.00 




(Exempt $1 000) 












Rice, Harold H 


Homestead 
Underwood land 
Farrar land 


24000 

100 

1000 




7 
4 
80 








1 /2 Bean Farm 


600 




120 


2570C 


555.12 


Rice, Ruth P 






2 








Rice, John B Sol 


1 /2 Homestead 

Rugg lot 

B & A Lovejoy lot 

Fowle,Converse&Chase 

land 

O P Hunt land 

Bancroft land 

Winchester land 

John F Hale land 

Jason S Perry land 

Adin Cummings land 

Norcross land 

Mayo land 

M M Jones land 

McGregor land 

Diamond Match land 

Barrett land 


8500 
500 
20C 

1200C 

7Q 

10C 

37i 

7C 

200C 

84C 

60C 

150C 

84C 

3f 

60C 

6C 


j 


30 
10 

42 

14 

20 

75 

14 

217 

140 

62 

68 

42 

7 

8 

12 






(cont'd) 


Waller land 


20C 




.5 







17 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




m ^ 


M 






~7Z 3 


x 




Estate 




~o 

a. 


U 
< 


O _=! 

2£ 




t- 


J B Rice (cont'd) 


Hale & Wood land 
Stearns & Teagueland 
Temple land 
Eliza 1 Woodward land 
Day & McConnell 
Stowe land (converse) 
Carl Converse land 
L F Hale farm 
Fowie Hill land 
4 lots Emerson Pond 
1/2 Post Office BIdg 
Coffin-Platts land 
Mill & Water rights 
White & Deeth(Stannard) 
Government land 
Withington land 
Hall & Stratton land 
Howe & Jewell land 
Cook iand 
Wood & Green lot 


621 
48C 
21 
60C 
14C 
18C 
25C 

104C 
32C 

320C 

750C 
60C 

100C 
45C 
58Z 
15C 
75C 
54C 
27C 
28C 




125 

23 

2 

120 

28 

36 

50 

26 

8 

6 

30 

1 17 

30 

150 

90 

45 

47 








Stearns land 


28C 




14 


A6751 


i 1009.91 




(Exempt $1 000) 












Rice, Barbara P Sol 


1/2 Homestead 


850C 












1/2 PO Building 


750C 






1500C 


1 324.00 




(Exempt $1 000) 












Rice, Richard T 


Homestead 
Jewett land 
Griswold land 


900C 
50C 

45C 




3 
86 








Ramsdell & Converse 


3000 




18 


1295C 


279.72 




10 male dogs 












Rice, Evelyn 






2 








Richmond, Perley F Sol 


Homestead 


750C 






750C 


1 162.00 


and Mary W 














Ring, Ruth P 






2 








Rivard, Henry E Sol 


Homestead 


850C 






750C 


162.00 


and Virginia W 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 








Rivard, David 






2 








Royce, Ada E 


1/2 Homestead 


240C 






240( 


1 51.84 


Royce, Charles B Sol 


1 /2 Homestead 


240C 












1 /2 Popple land 


10C 




4.5 


1 50( 


1 32.40 




(Exempt $1 00 0) 














1 male dog 












Royce, Frances 






2 








Ryan, Joseph Z 






2 








and Helen O 






2 








St. Pierre, Arthur 


1/2 Homestead 
1 male dog 


2600 


2 




2600 


56.1 6 


St. Pierre, Blanche E 






2 








Sargent, Edwin H Est 


Hale land 
Todd land 


500 
500 




6 
25 








Fuller land 


600 




1 


160C 


34.56 


Savage, Harold E 


Homestead 


1 8500 


2 


1 


1 850 


) 399.60 


Savage, Nellie L 






2 








Savage, Philip H Sol 















18 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
.o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 






in 

a> 









Estate 




o 
a. 


U 

< 


o_2 

2£ 


X 


1— 


Savage, Edna M 






2 








Savage, Harold E&Nellie L& 


Ashley Place 


500C 




30 


500( 


i 108.00 


Savage, Philip H & Edna M 














Scott, Alice C Sol 


Homestead 


750C 




4.7 5 








Cottage - Lake M 


450C 






1 100( 


i 237.60 




(Exempt $1 000) 














3 male dogs 












Sellers, Euell O Sol 


Homestead 


850C 




1 .5 


850( 


i 183.60 


and Eileen E 


1 male dog 




2 








Seppala, Arnold 






2 








and Eileen 






2 








Se-'oala, Arthur R 


Homestead 

B O Hale place 


900C 
100C 


2 


1 

40 








1 /2 Hoyt Land 


75C 






1075C 


i 232.20 


Seppala, Silvia M 






2 








Seppala, Edwin B Sol 


Homestead 


900C 




1 


800C 


i 172.80 


and Mary A 


1 male dog 
(Exempt $1 000) 




2 








Seppala, Wallace G 


Homestead 


950C 


2 




950C 


i 205.20 


Seppala, Elna 






2 








Seppala, Gus Est 


Homestead 


800C 




30 


800C 


I 172.80 


Seymour, Francis E 






2 








Seymour, Clara C 


Homestead 


550C 


2 










1/3 Cottage-Pool Pond 


250C 






800C 


i 172.80 


Shaw, Charles N 


Homestead & 














Conneley lot 


650C 


2 




650C 


i 140.40 


and Laina H 






2 








Simoulis, Philip E Sol 


Homestead 
Steeves land 


1700C 
50C 




9 

4 








Lot on Lake M 


50C 






1800C 


> 388.80 


Sloane, Douglas 






2 








Sloane, Sibyl S 


Podunk Patch & Island 


600C 


2 




600C 


1 129.60 


Smith, Donald J 


Homestead 
Davis lot 


1750Q 
120C 


2 


1.5 
40 








Diamond Match lot 


1 10C 




1 10 


1980C 


' 427.68 




1 male dog 












Smith, Margaret B 


Homestead 


1250C 


2 




1250C 


i 270.00 


Smith, David 






2 








Smith, Frances 






2 








Snow, Sally Drayton 


Homestead 


1000C 






1000C 


i 216.00 


Spaulding, Frances B 






2 








Speckman, Donald ESol 


Homestead & Norcross 

land 

4 5 cows 


2800C 
4500 












9 neatstock 


45C 






3295( 


i 711.72 




1 male dog 












Speckman, Mabel 






2 








Speckman, Mary 






2 








Speckman, Eunice R 


Homestead 


480C 


2 




480C 


103.68 


Stannard, Raymond C Sol 


1 /2 Newton farm 
Stickney land lot 1 8R7 
Johnson lot 


600C 
15C 
15C 




8 
15 








C C Converse land 


10C 




8 


540( 


i 116.64 




(Exempt $1 000) 













19 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




_ 


a> 





x 




Estate 




"5 


u 

< 


_r 

2£ 





Stannard, Dorothy C 


1/2 Newton farm 


6000 


2 




600C 


1 29.60 


Stearns, Alice G Sol widow 


Homestead 


9500 






950C 


205.20 


Stearns, Jennie P 


Homestead 


1000 


2 




100C 


21 .60 


Stearns, Richard H 


Homestead 
Converse land 
Symonds land 
Blake lot 

Frank Converse lot 
Todd Hill Farm 
100 fowl 


23000 

500 

30 

1000 

100 

3500 

50 


2 


55 

2 

3 

62 

10 

150 








Machinery 


750 






2893C 


624.89 


Stebbins, Frederick C 


Homestead 


8200 


2 




820C 


177.12 


and Marion L 






2 








Stebbins, Levi Louis 


Homestead 


14000 






I400C 


302.40 


and Florence E 






2 








Stevens, Edward G 


Homestead 


15000 


2 


34 






and Marjorie B 


Old Country Auction Hal 


5000 


2 










Stock in trade 


500 






2050C 


442.80 


Stewart, David C Sol 


Homestead 


20000 






1900C 


410.40 


and Kathryn H 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 








Stoddard, William H 


Homestead 


5800 


2 








and Margaret E 


Pratt land 


1 50 


2 




595C 


128.52 


Stone, Valeda 


1/2 camp-Damon pond 


550 






55C 


1 1 .88 


Stratton, Fred Est 


Homestead 


5500 






550C 


1 1 8.80 


Sullivan, James A Est 


Homestead 


32000 






3200G 


691 .20 


and Asta F 






2 








Sullivan, Leo F 






2 








Sullivan, Laura C 


1 cow 


80 


2 




8C 


1 .73 


Sullivan, Sheriden Sol 














Sullivan, Rose 






2 








Swift, Carlto'n D 






2 








Swift, Mary E 






2 








Tacy, Frederick J 


Homestead 


4800 


2 




480C 


103.68 


Tacy, M Dorothy 






2 








Taggett, Carrie E Est 


Homestead 


4000 




30 








Phillips land 


200 






420C 


90.72 


Tatro, Paul 






2 








Taylor, Abby 


Trailer homestead & Gar 


4800 


2 




480C 


103.68 


Taylor, Oliver J 


Homestead 


12500 


2 










Bradford pasture 


150 




18 


1265C 


273.24 


Taylor, Carlene S 






2 








Taylor, Stan ley' R Sol 


Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 
1 male dog 


9000 






800C 


172.80 


Taylor, Annette 






2 








Teague, Everett B 


Homestead 


1 1 500 


2 








and Nellie L 


Lot 7 -Emersonian Park 


300 


2 




1 180C 


254.88 


Tenney, Myron A 


Homestead 


10000 


2 


42 


1000C 


21 6.00 


and Anne E 






2 








Tenney, Rodney 






2 








Thrasher, Eva S Est 


Homestead 


8000 




4 


800C 


172.80 


Thrasher, Oscar P 






2 








Thrasher, May F 


Homestead 


8000 


2 


1 


800C 


172.80 


Thrasher, Perry B 


1/2 Homestead 


4750 




25 


475( 


102.60 



20 



NAME 



Description and Value of 

Real and Personal 

Estate 



o_2 
o o 
\- > 



Thrasher, Alice M 
Thrasher, Leslie G 



Tibbeffs, Hubert M 

and Kirsten G 
Todd, Alfred B 



Todd, Bertha E 

Todd, Cecil H 

Todd, Florence E 

Todd, Anna B 



Torvela, Henry H 
Torvela, Hanna 
Towle, Philip A 

and Virginia R 
Towne, Clarence E Est 



Trefry, Harold L Sol 

and Agnes D 
Troup, Walter 

Troup, Ruby R 



Wade, Sylvia 



Walsh, John David 
Walsh, John F Sol 



1/2 Homestead 47 5C 

3 cows 24 C 

1 horse 5C 

2 cows 1 6C 
1 male dog 
Homestead 4 800C 
and Ware land 

Homestead 1400 

Stratton land 40 

1/3 Etta Todd place 2 50 

pumps and tanks 40 

1/3 Etta Todd place 2 50C 

Stratton-Sargent land 71 

Buzzell-Smith land 52C 

Harris Hale land 4C 

Stickney land 1 9C 

Todd land 20C 

Todd land 7C 

J B Robbins land 100 

Buzzell-Goddard land 4C 

Fuller land 22C 

Raymond land 60 C 

Bennett land 1 60 

Homestead 8 800 

Homestead 700C 

Smith lot 300 

1/2 Moore Lot 80 

Moore Lot 60 

Homestead Lot ^2 

Emerson Pond 2 000 

(Exempt $1 000) 

Homestead 1/2 6 2 50 

1/2 JO 150 

1/2 Homestead 62 50 

1/2 J O Butterfield place 1 50 

J & N A Hale Land 1000 

Fitzgerald land 1 2 50 

(Homestead including 

Walter Champney land 

Crosby farm 

Charles Hale place 

Smith Mdw& Taft land 

Me tea If Meadow 

Sam Jones Meadow 

Hale & Davidson Land) 18000 

Brodmerkle -camp 200 

1 male dog 

Homestead & Candy store 27000 

Stock in trade 1 000 



25 



85 
24 
25 
25 



71 

52 

4 

19 

20 

7 

10 

4 

22 

60 

16 



40 

8 

3 



7 

3 

7 

3 

80 

25 

45 



499C 
210 

48000 

17300 
2500 



2850 
8800 

7000 



440 
1000 

6400 
8650 



I820C 



107 


.7 8 


4 


.54 


1036 


.80 



373.68 
54.00 



61 .56 
190.08 

151 .20 



9.50 
21 .60 

138.24 
186.84 



393.12 



28000 604.80 



21 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 




_ 


to 

a 





x 




Estate 




o 

Q_ 


u 

< 


O _r 

2£ 


o 

1— 


Walsh, Corrine 






2 








Ward, Ralph B Sol 


1/2 Homestead 
(Exempt $1 000) 


900C 






8000 


172.80 


Ward, Gertrude E 


1/2 Homestead 


900C 


2 




9000 


1 94.40 


Work, Robert F 


Land and camper 


600 


2 


1 


600 


1 2.96 


Wattendorf, George F 






2 








Wattendorf, Nancy J 






2 








Webster, Floyd N Jr 


Unf Camp 


500 


2 


1 


500 


1 0.80 


and Theresa M 






2 








Weidner, John L 


Homestead 


13000 


2 








and Miriam W 


4 lots -Perley Lake 


4800 


2 








and Williams, Doris W 


Kimball land-7 cottages 
1 male dog 


53000 




100 


7 0800 


1 529.28 


Welch, David K Sol 


Homestead &Lots 14 9-1 50, 










and Ethel D 


1 53-154-155-156 


8800 


2 










1 boat 


100 






790C 


170.64 




(Exempt $1 000) 














2 male dog 












Welch, Wendell M 






2 








Welch, Rosalie 






2 








Wellington, Augusta, Est 


Homestead 

"Lake View"Cottage 

Jones land 


25000 

9000 

675 




50 

45 








Mill site 


100 




3 


34775 


751 .14 


Wellington, Meda A 


Addie Wellington place 














and Cottage 


4500 




7 


4500 


97 .20 


West Rindge Baskets, Inc 


Store and shop 
Flowage rights 
Machinery 


16000 

50 

1600 












Stock in trade 


2100 






I975C 


426.60 


Weston, Forest E 


Homestead 


5500 


2 




5500 


1 1 8.80 


and Joan P 






2 








Wheeler, Roland R 


Homestead 


1 500 


2 




1 50C 


32.40 


and Barbara 






2 








Whippie, Florence G 


Homestead 


12000 




121 


1 200C 


259.20 


Whitaker, Newell V Sol 


Homestead 


6000 






600C 


129.60 


Whitaker, Patricia A 






2 








White, Herbert L Sol 


Homestead 


5400 










and Mary A 


Iot60xl20 


200 


2 










Flagg land 


50 






465C 


100.44 




(Exempt $1 000) 












White, Ralph V 


Homestead 


12000 


2 




I200C 


259.20 


and Virginia F 






2 








White, Ralph H Trust 


Tredinock 
Glimmerglass 
North Mowing 


60000 

1 2000 

200 




1 1 
100 

8 








Marianna lot 


200 






'240C 


1 563.84 


White, Floribel E 


Ramsdell-Converse land 


1000 


2 


20 


100C 


21 .60 


White, Peregrine Sol 


North pasture 


600 












Stock in trade 


2000 






260C 


56.16 


White, Redvers G 


Homestead 

1 /2 Farrar land 

1 /2 Jail house land 


13000 

800 

1 


2 


60 






(cont'd) 


1/2 Traxcavator 


1800 











22 





Description and Value 


of 






c 
o 




NAME 


Real and Personal 






M 

a 


O 






Estate 




o 
a. 


u 

< 


D.2 

2£ 


X 

a 


White, Redvers G (cont'd) 


D C Bulldozer 
2 mal e dogs 


2800 






184K 


397.66 


White, Maureen E 






2 








White, Vera E 






2 








White, Russell E 


Homestead 
Goddard land 


10000 
200 


2 










1/2 Morgan lot-Lake M 


900 






1 1 10C 


239.76 


White, Amy G 






2 








Whitehead, Melvin F Sol 


Homestead 


8800 






780C 


> 168.48 


and Pauline L 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 








Whitney, Carl C 


Homestead 


5500 


2 




550C 


i 118.80 


Whitney, Marion B 






2 








Whitney, Harry S Sr 


Homestead 


6500 


2 


6 


650C 


' 140.40 


Whitney, Maude E 






2 








Whitney, Herbert J Jr Sol 


"Old Forge "Restaurant 


12000 










and Frances T 


Cleaves land 


200 


2 










Stock in trade 


800 






1300C 


280.80 




1 male dog 












Whitney, Richard N Sol 


Homestead 


3000 




.5 


200C 


43.20 


and Sarah J 


(Exempt $1 000) 




2 








Whitney, Robert F 


Homestead 


1 1000 


2 










1/3 Undivided land 


100 






1 1 10C 


239.76 


Whitney, Natalie 






2 








Wiggin, Maxine 






2 








Wilbur, David W Sol 


Homestead 


13000 










Wilbur, Erma M 


Lake lot 


1500 


2 




1450C 


313.20 


Wilder, William H Jr Sol 






2 








Wilder, Mary 1 


Homestead 

Cathedral Rd Restaurant 


5000 
1800C 


2 










Stock in trade 


20C 






2320C 


501.12 


Wilder, William H Jr Sol 


Homestead 


280C 






280C 


60.48 


Wilder, Sherman L 






2 








Wilder, Cynthia M 






2 








Wilkens, Kenneth R Sol 


Homestead & Garage 


900C 




2 








Coffin Mill privilege 


40C 




7 


940C 


i 203.04 




1 female dog 












Wilkens, Patricia 






2 








Wilkinson, Walter R 






2 








Wilkinson, Florence 






2 








Winship, Donald E 


Homestead 


850C 


2 


2/3 








]/2 of 2sq rds Allen Mdw 


2i 






Q52i 


i 184.14 


Winship, Kermit C Sol 


Homestead 


580C 




.75 


580( 


i 125.28 


Winship, Blanche E 






2 








Woodbound Inn Inc 


Woodbound Inn 
Lakewood cottage 
Crestwood cottage 
Beachwood cottage 
Pine wood cottage 


6000C 
700C 

1750C 
650G 
700C 




90 








3 boats 


30C 






9830C 


2123.28 


Young, Anna 






2 








Young, Elisha H Sol 


Unf Homestead 


600C 




1 






and Norma N 


(Exempt $1 000) 
1 female dog 




2 




500( 


108.00 


Young, Franz W Est 


Homestead 


1 100C 






1 100( 


237.60 



23 



NAME 



Description and Value of 

Real and Personal 

Estate 



o^ 

2£ 



Young, Dr Leo A Sol 
Young, Walter J 

and Isabel le E 
Zimmerman, Frank P Sol 

and Aileen R 



Homestead 

Homestead 

Young land 

Homestead 

Lot at E Lake M 



1250C 

500C 

IOC 

1800C 



7 
.5 



1250(1 270.00 



510(1 
18000 



110.16 
388.80 



NON - RESIDENT VALUATION 



1963 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 


_ « 










a> 
u 
< 


o_2 
2£ 


X 

o 

1— 


Abbott, Alian H 


Cottage & Land 


7700 




7700| 166.32 


6 School Square 


E Lake M 










Winchendon, Mass 












Abel, Mrs. Robert 


Crotto Place 


1 1800 


7 






6 W Cedar St 


Dickenson Land 


1000 


5 






Boston, Mass 


Jewett land 


700 


35 








Streeter lot 


500 


80 


I400C 


302.40 


Adams, Joseph 


Cottage E Lake M 


1 1000 








26 S t Andrews St 


1 boat 


50 




1 105C 


238.68 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Adams, JosephJr & Claire 


Cottage E LakeM 


6000 








4 1 Main St 


1 boat 


50 




605C 


130.68 


Fitchburg Mass 












Adams, Mrs Marion S 


Bjncroft Place 


10000 


10 


I000C 


216.00 


6 Bellevue Ave 












Cambridge, Mass 












Adams, Thomas A 


Camp, Pine Eden 


1600 




160C 


34.56 


4 Columbus Ave 












Baldwinville, Mass 












/Alaska Freezer Co 


Wood & Timber 


400 




40C 


8.64 


Winchendon, Mass 












Aldrich, Frank H 


John White Land 


500 


30 






Box 5 97 


B F Danforth land 


600 


35 


1 100 


23.76 


Allendale, So Carolina 












Allen, Frank D 


Camp, BlkL W Lake C 


200 




200 


4.32 


9 Wheelock St 












Keene N H 












Alson, William F& Florence 


Camp, Divol Pond 


3000 




300C 


64.80 


1 6 9 Blosson St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Ames, Bliss C & Phyllis H 


Blue Echoes cottage 


16500 




1650C 


356.40 


3 Hawthorne St 


and Hunt land 










Auburndale Mass 












Ames, Warren Jr 


Lot # 1 1 & Camp 


4000 




400C 


86.40 


High Street 


Wellington Sub Div 










SoActon Mass 












Amyott, Henry Est 


2 camps & Land 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


% Andre Aubuchon Atty 












484 Main St 












Fitchburg Mass 












Anderson, George R & Alma 


Cottage on lot #3 


4500 




450C 


97.20 


6 9 Exeter St 


Kimball Div 










Fitchburg, Mass 












Anderson, Lawrence W & 












Dorothy M 


Camp ( Wilen) 


3500 




350C 


75.60 


Groton School 


Emersonian Park 










Groton Mass 












Annala, Fred E& Helen L 


Kimball lot 


800 




80C 


17.28 


Scott Rd 












W Townsend Mass 












Annala, Ernest W & Helen E 


Kimball lot #30 


800 




80C 


17.28 


Nelson St 












Troy N H 












Annett Box Company 


Storage & Flowage Rights 


4000 




400C 


86.40 



Jaffrey, N H 



25 



NAME 


Description and Value 


M 

a> 


4) 
1J 3 










u 

< 


2£ 


X 

o 

1— 


Archambault, Roland & Glori< 


Land (Potter Est) 


100 




100 


2.16 


Squantum Rd 












Jaffrey, N H 












Armstrong, Willis M & 


Cottage # 53 Lot 7 


4000 




4000 


86.40 


Herbert E 


W LAKE C 










Lake Avenue 












E Templeton Mass 












Aspen Dr Richard W 


Camp -lots 20 &2 1 


6 500 




6500 


140.40 


& Dorothy B 


LaChance Div 










South St 












Barre Mass 












Athy, Patrick J 


Cottage W Lake C 


6500 




6500 


140.40 


2 5 Bridges Ave 












Newtonville 60 Mass 












Aucoin, Elmer E & Tina 


John Rathburn Place 


2500 




2500 


54 .00 


34 Stratton Rd 












Jaffrey N H 












Avedisian, Mrs Alice 


Cottage & Lots 5-6 


7000 




7000 


1 51 .20 


1 37 Maplewood St 


Kimball Div 










Watertown Mass 












A wad, Francis J&Mary Anne 


Lot *2 Paradise Island 


2000 




2000 


43.20 


1 6 Shady Lane Ave 












Shrewsbury Mass 












Bacon, Russell & Loyce B 


Maxwell land & 










Woodmere 


Marcott Lot 


4500 


70 






Jaffrey N H 


Moore Place 


6000 


2 


10600 


228.96 


Bagley, Mrs Marion J 


2 cottages & 5 lots 


1 5500 








33 Pine St 


W Woodmere 










Peterborough N H 


Woodland 


2000 


50 


1750C 


378.00 


Bailey, C W G & Catherine 


Cottage # 1 37 & Garage 


9000 




900C 


1 94.40 


1 97 Mountain Way 


E Lake M 










Rutherfo rd New Jersey 












Baker, George P& Ruth B 


Cottage on iots # 21 ,22,2 


312000 




1200C 


259.20 


805 Brush Hill Road 


Rindge Manor L S 










Milton Mass 












Barbera, Concetta 


Camp #46 lots 11-12 


3000 




300C 


64 .80 


86 Division Street 


Blk 1 W Lake C 










Chelsea Mass 












Barbera, John 


3 lots 3 0-1 -2 Blk L WLC 


250 




25C 


5.40 


21 Shi pman Avenue 












No Babylon LINY 












Barbera, Joseph 


Camp '3 8 lots 1 2-13-14 


2800 




280G 


60.48 


1 54 Gore Street 


Blk D WLC 










Cambridge Mass 












Barbera, Natale Est 


2 lots 13-14 Blkl WLC 


160 




16C 


3.46 


% Mrs Grace Palermo 












52 Watts St 












Chelsea Mass 












Barnes, Carlos E Jr& RitaL 


Lots # 1 9 Kimball Div 


1200 




1 20C 


25.92 


2 2 Barrett Ave 












Keene N H 












Barry, Agnes 


Peny-Bryn cottage 


7200 




720C 


1 55.52 


24 Parker St 


and 1 3 lots 










Chelsea Mass 













26 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 

0> 


15 => 










U 
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;°£ 


X 

o 

»- 


Barthel, Mrs Dolores C 


Cottage on 1 . 5 lots 


4500 




450C 


97.20 


1 03 Central St 


Wood mere 










Winchendon Mass 












Bartlett Mrs Alice A 


Camp on lot ' 2 


7800 








Woodbury Road 


LaChance Div 










Winchendon Mass 


1 Boat 


100 




790C 


170.64 


Bartlett, George E & Christin 


e H 










66 Montclair Avenue 


Cottage *7 2 WLC 


7000 




700C 


151 .20 


Waltham Mass 












Bastarache, Donat Est 


Camp-Pool Pond 


8800 




880C 


190.08 


% Evangeline BastaracheAdm 


< 










1 3 2 Baker St 












Gardner Mass 












Batchelder, Clem M 


Cottage *57 & Garage 


10500 




I050C 


226.80 


& Marjorie C 


Lake C 










59 Woburn St 












Medford 55 Mass 












Beksha, Michael W 


Camp on ]/2 lot #7 


2800 




280C 


60.48 


& Anne L 












3 Prospect St 












Med way Mass 












Belanger, Leopold L& Eva L 


Cottage *7 


10500 




1050C 


226.80 


4 1 Lincoln Ave 


Beauvis Point 










Winchendon Mass 












Belfiore,Vinera 


Camp #3 9 Lots 10-1 1 


2500 








50 Water St 


BlkB WLakeC 










Chelsea, Mass 


Lots 6-7-8-9-10 BlkL 


400 




290C 


62.64 


Bell, William 1 & Evelyn M 


Cottage # 69lots # 6 


8200 




820C 


177.12 


Riverton Wyoming 












Belliveau, Raymond M 


Camp and lots " 4 ,5,6,7 


4500 




450C 


97.20 


& Irene G 


WLake C 










287 Blossom St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Benard, Frank F& Rose E 


Cottage & Lots 1 51 -1 52 


5500 




550C 


118.80 


7 6 Forest St 


E Lake C 










Melrose Mass 












Benjamin, Mrs Wilhelmina F 


Camp on lot * 19 


7000 




700C 


151 .20 


21 9 Silver St 


Emerson Pond 










Greenfield Mass 












Bergeron, Joseph G 


Lots '15-1 7-24 


2500 




250C 


54.00 


& Marguerite L 


Monomonac Terrace 










954 Westminster HilIRd 












Fitchburg Mass 












Bergeron, Oscar A 


Cottage & Patari Land 


1800 




1800 


38.88 


2 3 Linden Ave 












Auburn, Mass 












Berquist, hb rold W 


Camp & Lots 170-175 incl 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


& Miriam G 


Blk F W Lake C 










4 Sheridan St 












Woburn, Mass 












Berry, Marion Joyce 


Metcalf land- E Lake M 


200 




20C 


4.32 


3563 -79th St 












Jackson Heights, LINY 













27 



NAME 


Description and Value 




■a 

fl> 


O 3 










- 1- 
u 
< 


2£ 


X 
O 


Bigelow, Oliver J & 


Cellar hole on lot #1 5 


1200 




120( 


25.9 


Goldy F 


Kimball Div 










14 23 Silver Lane 












E Hartford, Conn 












Billings, Maurice P Sr & 


Camp on ]/2 lot #7 


2800 




280C 


i 60.48 


Anna A 












1 1 Turnpike Rd 












Townsend,Mass 












Bingham, Donald E & 


Flagg & Jewell land 


360 




36( 


i 7 .77 


Emily H 












Kendall Road 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Bixby, Charles D & 


Cottage #50-Woodmere 


6500 








Myra E 


1 boat 


50 




655( 


141 .48 


Pepperell Road 












West Groton, Mass 












Blais, Wilfred J & Aldia J 


Bascom Land 


300 




30C 


1 6.48 


Rindge Road 












Jeffrey N H 












Blake, Roland E 


Cottage W Lake M 


10500 








26 Berkeley Street 


2 boats 


150 




1065( 


1 230.04 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Blanchette, John M & 


Lots #28-2 9 


2000 




200( 


1 43.20 


Margaret J 


Emerson Pond 










67 Marlboro Rd RR 2 












Sudbury, Mass 












Bliss, Warren E & Madelaine 


Part of Mayo land 


1000 


30 


1 ooc 


1 21 .60 


46 Rivers Avenue 












Willimansett, Mass 












Block, JDr Herman L & Nora 1 


Cottage & land Lake M 


12800 




1 280( 


1 276.48 


93 Fitch Hill Ave 


Wellington SubDiv 










Fitchburg, Mass 












Blouin, Dr Alfred R & 


camp on lot # 13-14 


15000 




1 500( 


1 324.00 


Sylvia 1 


LaChance Div 










3 Lawrence Street 












Gardner, Mass 












Bock, Carl W 


Cottage W LakeM 


10000 




1000C 


l 216.00 


Prospect Street 












Lunenburg, Mass 












Bolles, Edith B & 


Kelley land (Squantum( 


100 




10C 


2.16 


Stickle, Helen C 












R F D 












Jeffrey, N H 












Boston & Maine Railroad 


land between Dunforth's 










1 50 Causeway Street 


and Knight's crossing 


400 




40C 


i 8.64 


Boston 1 4 Mass 












Boucher, Ernest & Rose 


Cottage&loh # 7-8-9- 


5000 




500C 


108.00 


24 8 Cross Street 


Pool pond 










Gardner, Mass 












Bourgeois, Gerald J& 


Camp & Lots #3-4 


1 0500 




1050C 


226.80 


Louise E 


Beauvais Point 










1 04 Ash Street 












Gardner, Mass 













28 



NAME 


Description and Value 




IA 


_ o> 










u 
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o_2 

2>° 


X 
D 


Bower, Willis H & 


Cottage-W Lake M 










Frances L 


Wellington Sub Div 


7500 








1 01 Baylor Street 


2 lots (Mortensen) 


1200 




870C 


187.92 


Pueblo, Colorado 












Bowers, Arthur W & Helen A 


Cottage & Land 


1500 




150C 


32.40 


Troy, N H 


E Rindge 










Boyce, Charles F & Anne M 


Cottage # 84 W Lake C 


4000 








1 1 Fall Park 


1 boat 


25 




402f 


86.94 


Maiden, Mass 












Braman, Albert S & 


Cottage on lot f 9 


4000 




400C 


86.40 


Mildred F 


Kimball Div 










45 RobbinsSr RFD *] 












So Acton, Mass 












Brett, Chesley C 


Cottage on lot * 15 


13000 




1300C 


280.80 


56 Irving St 


Wellington Sub Div 










Somerville, Mass 












Brett, R Bertrand & t 


Cottage- W Lake M 


10000 




1000C 


216.00 


Isabel le S 


Wellington Sub Div 










5 Nickerson St 












Cazenovia, N Y 












Brett, Willis J & Fannie 


Cottage - W Lake M 


6000 




600C 


129.60 


1 9 Oliver Sr 


Wellington Sub Div 










Watertown, Mass 












Brickey, Raymond H & 


Camp on lot 'l 7 


4500 




450C 


97.20 


Ramona O 


Kimball Div 










RFD 












Hubbardston, Mass 












Briggs, Raymond M & 


Whitehead cottage W L C 


7500 








Louise P 


Farrin cottage W L C 


4000 




1 1 50C 


248.40 


New Ipswich, N H 












Brigham Estate 


Brigham land 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


% Miss Nellie Gleason 












1 Bliss Road 












Newport, R 1 












Broadhead, Burt G & 


Cottage # 20 Kimball Div 


6800 








Micheline D 


1 boat 


25 




682f 


147.42 


P O Box 2 5 












Fitzwilliam, N H 












Brock, Mrs Patrick 


Camp- Pine Eden 


1000 




100C 


21 .60 


14 Chruch St Rt 3 












Westboro, Mass 












Brown, Marion J 


1/3 Tucker lot 


140 








1 2 Adams Ave Winchendo 


n Buzzell land 


900 


60 


104C 


22.46 


Brown Package Company 


E W Towne & San Jones land 


2700 


224 






Winchendon, Mass 


Underwood lot 


300 


20 


300C 


64 80 


Brunelli, Nelsi & Anita 


Cottage # 87 W Lake C 


3500 




350C 


75.60 


67 Alpine Place 












Franklin, Mass 












Bryant, Paul R 


Cottage & Lot W Lake M 


9000 








1 8 Westford St 


1 boat 


50 




905C 


195.48 


Gardner, Mass 












Buccheri, Mary 


Cottage & Lots # 2 5-6-7 -8- 


9 








2 5 Minott St 


& 30 Blk J WLake C 


4000 




400C 


86.40 


Dorchester, Mass 











29 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 
Q 


a 

15 => 










U 
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2£ 


X 

o 


Buccheri, Alfredo B 


3 lots # 35-6-7 BLK J WL C 375 




375 


8.10 


48 Bow Street 












Stoneham, Mass 












Bullock, Richard K & Cora S 


Camp on lot K Lapham Div 


4000 




400C 


86.40 


614 Price Road 












Hendersonville, N C 












Bunce, Robert F & 


Cottage # 90 & Gar WLC 


10000 








Margaret L 


Kimball Land 


1500 


.5 






498 Main Street 


Hunt & Davis land 


700 


1 .5 


1 220C 


263.52 


Jeffrey, NH 












Burgoyne, Ruth 


1/4 Tenny & Cutter land, 










Jaffrey, N H 


with camp 

Cottage #2 5 & Lots 110-11 


1000 




100C 


21 .60 


Burke, John W & Helen F 


5, 








1 58 Nahanton Ave 


inclusive. Woodmere 


10500 




1050C 


226.80 


Milton, Mass 












Burpee, Herbert H & 


Camp on lot #1 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


Yvette M 


Emerson Pond 










2 1 6 Merriam A v e 












Leominster, Mass 












Buzzell, George A & Maud E 


Frink land 


1200 


20 






32 2 North Street 


Rugg Meadow 


450 


30 






Whalom 2 8 


Danforth Meadow 


40 


2 






Fitchburg, Mass 


Fletcher lot 


300 


10 








StearnsMeadow 


60 


3 


205C 


44.28 


Cady, Patrick J & Elaine 


Cottage & Lots 20-21 


8800 








Wilbraham Road 


1 boat 


25 




882L 


1 90.62 


Monson, Mass 












Cairnes, Charlotte 


Aseph HalePlace 


4500 




450C 


97 .20 


5 Arlington St-Apt31 












Cambridge, Mass 












Callahan, Katherine E & 


Cottage # 9 1 WLC 


8000 




800C 


172.80 


Schaumann, Margaret C 












4 9 Juniper St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Cambridge BoyScout Camplnc 


Camp Quinapoxit 


35000 


125 






53 Church Street 


Allen House & Lot 


3000 


1-2/2 






Cambridge, Mass 


Wahn Place 
(Exempt $24000) 


6000 


36 


2000C 


432.00 


Campbell, Mrs Frances M 


Glencove Cottage 


16000 




1600C 


345.60 


1 1 Rosella Ave 












Kingston 6, B W 1 












Campbell, Major Jean 


Lot # 4 KimballDiv 


1 200 




120C 


25.92 


1 50 Hughes Street 












Fort Huachuca, Arizona 












Cantone, Victor J & 


Camp on lot # 1 1 Kimball Div 5800 








Me lota, Robert C 


McDermott land 


2500 


12 






8 Englewood Road 


1 boat 


50 




835C 


180.36 


Peabody, Mass 












Carbone, Robert & 


Camp E Lake C 


5000 




500C 


1 08 .00 


McMahon, Theresa & 












Sano, Benjamin 












57 Reed Road 












Everett, Mass 













30 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 


_ « 











U 
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D.2 

2£ 


X 



Carey, Paul & Alice 


Camp & Lots 2 1-212 WLC 


3000 




300C 


64.80 


55 Emerald St 












Medford, Mass 












Carlson, S William & 


Stratton pasture i 


1200 


40 






Bruce C 


Shed 


50 




125C 


27.00 


1780 Newfield Ave 












Stamford, Conn 












Carroll, Woodbury J & 


Cottage on lot ^ 18 


12500 




I250C 


270.00 


Miriam 1 


Lachance Div 










1 Lexington Ave 












Somerville, Mass 












Carter, Earl W 


Camp Wood lawn Lake 


2000 




200C 


43.20 


2 9 Linden Street 












Allston, Mass 












Cerasuolo, Ralph 


Cottage # 44 Lots 22-3-4, 










3 Adams Avenue 


BlkL WLake C 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


Everett, Mass 












Chadbourne, Trust Co 


Towne Land 


2500 




250C 


54.00 


% Mr M Morse 












Jeffrey N H 












Champney, Mrs Leofied M 


Feldman land 


600 




60C 


12.96 


R F D # 1 












Gossville, N H 












Chartier, Alphonse W 


Camp & Lots 2 96-302 incl 


10000 




1000C 


216.00 


Petersham Road 












Phillipston, Mass 












Chase, Mrs Alice F 


1/4 Tenny & Cutter land 










Royalston, Mass 


with camp 


1000 




100C 


21 .60 


Chase, Henrietta M Est 


Lots 1 & 2 and 1 7 &1 8 










% Mrs J E Goodrich 


Blk L W Lake C 


500 




50C 


1 10.80 


247 Main Street 












Somerset, Mass 












Cheater, Earl S & Ethyl F 


Camp & Lot #1 1 Lake M 


8000 




800C 


172.80 


90 So Main Street 


Wellington Sub Div 










Baldwinville, Mass 












Chesbrough, Frederick L & 


Lot *36 LaChance Div 


1800 




180C 


38.88 


Mary 












State Road 












Westminster, Mass 












Cheshire Oil Company 


4 pumps and tanks 


3600 




360C 


77.76 


Emerald Street 












Keene, N H 












Christ Church, Parish of 


Church camp 


25000 


70 






% Rev A V Bennett 


Jeffers land 


20000 


69 


2000C 


432 .00 


56 9 Main Street 


(Exempt $2 5000) 










Fitchburg, Mass 












Cicolani, Luigi & Mary 


Camp on lot ^ 18 


2500 




250C 


54.00 


895 Gay Street 


Kimball Div 










Westwood, Mass 












Clarke, Dudley & Margaret h 


Cottage # 83 & barn WLC 


10000 




1000C 


216.00 


4313 Martha Ave 












New York 7 N Y 












Clement , Frederick & Doris 


Camp - PineEden 


1800 




180( 


38.88 


2 97 Pleasant Street 












Gardner, Mass 













31 



NAME 


Description and Value 


(A 

4) 


15 3 








U 
< 


2£ 


X 

a 

t— 


Cleverdon, David W & 


Cottage #141 E LakeM 83 00 




8300 


179.28 


Gertrude K 










2 1 North Drive 










Dobbs Ferry, N Y 










Cloud, Ruth N 


Cottage #27 Lots 161-4 incl 








70 Chapman St 


Wood mere 7 00 




7000 


1 51 .20 


Wollaston 7 Mass 










Cobb, Lawson E & Louise V 


Camp - Pool pond 6 500 




6500 


140.40 


2 5 June St 










Gardner, Mass 










Cochran, Richard L 


Camp - Pine Eden 3200 




320C 


69.12 


Winchendon, Mass 










Cochran, Rodney C Jr 


Camp #20- Pine Eden 6200 




620C 


133.92 


91 Spruce St 










Winchendon, Mass 










Cochrane, Harold 


Cottage #9 lots 3 54-355-360- 








Fitchburg Yarn Company 


361-388-91 incl & 394-97 incl 








Fitch burg, Mass 


1 1 500 
Cottages #6 &7 & Garage 
lots 41 0-17 incl 478-85 incl 
398-405-406 11500 
Lots 286,287,342-49 incl 
356-59 incl 444 &445 1200 
1 02 lots - Woodmere 1 500 










Cottage #1 1 & Lots 3 27,334- 








37 incl 288-9-95,446-53 










incl 454-61 incl 308, 314- 










20 incl, 324-26 incl 8800 










2 boats 20 




3470C 


749.52 


Coderre, Ernest P 


l;ot at Perley Lake 200 




20C 


4.32 


358 School St 










Winchendon, Mass 










Cohan, Charles F& Elvi S 


Cottage- Pool pond 7 500 








82 5 Walton Avenue 


2 boats 1 




760C 


1 64.16 


Bronx 51 N Y 










Collins, Mrs CatherineM 


Cottage #67 Lots 5 &6 and 








State Hospital 


5R and 6RBeauvais Point 10500 








E Gardner Mass 


1 boat 50 




10550 


227.88 


Collins, James F & 


Cottage #67 W Lake C 3 500 




350C 


75.60 


Beatrice E 










97 Lambert Lane 










Cohasset, Mass 










Comeau, Dora 


Urf camp& lot 2 500 




2500 


54.00 


146 Oxford St 


Kimball Div 








Auburn, Mass 










Connell, Frederick J & 


Homestead (Hood) 3 500 




350C 


75.60 


Ella K 










48 Pearl Street 










Garcher, Mass 










Connors, Lillian G 


Cottage #7 6 W Lake C 7 000 




700C 


1 51 .20 


1 8 5 Perkins Row 










Topsfield, Mass 










Cook, James E 


Smith lot 150 




15C 


3.24 


53 Thomas Park-Apt. 1 2 











So Boston, Mass 



32 



NAME 


Description and Value 




m 

0) 


_ » 

o => 










l_ 

u 

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2£ 


X 

a 

i— 


Corley, Mrs Eva Royce 


1/2 Popple land 


100 


4.5 


100 


2.16 


135 Hillside St 












Roxbury 2 , Mass 












Cornell, Mrs Mary H 


Cottage & Lapham lot 3 ELM 










7 2 Prospect Hill Road 




6500 




6500 


140.40 


Lexington 73, Mass 












Coscia, Edna K 


Cottage # 72A & Lot 1 1 


6500 








4 1 5 Proctor Ave 


Lots# 19&20BlkFWLC 


250 




6750 


145.80 


Revere, Mass 












Coughlin, M Isabel 


Log cabin * 3 W Lake M 


3000 




3000 


64 .80 


6 2 Parkview Ave 












Lowe II, Mass 












Cournoyer, John P 


Lot P-6 Paradise Island 


3600 




3600 


77.76 


78 Sunset Terrace 












Wapping, Conn 












Craig, Ray A 


Land & camp Kelley Farm 


1000 




1000 


21 .60 


9 Dexter Court 












Pawtucket, R 1 












Critch, Richard S 


Cottage # 6 2 Lots 1 &2 WLC 


4800 




4800 


103.68 


4 1 9 Proctor Ave 












Revere, Mass 












Cullinan, Joseph 


Shaker pasture 


800 


32 


800 


17.28 


3 94 Beacon St 












Lowell, Mass 












Cunningham, Mrs Margaret K 


Cottage *14 8 & Garage 


1 1000 








22 Hills Point Road 


1/3 Smith Land ELM 


500 








Westport, Conn 


1 boat 


50 




1 1550 


249.48 


Cutler, Judson J Est 


Mariana lot 


200 


20 


200 


4.32 


% Mrs Dorothy M Cutler 












1030 E Lee Street # 7 












Tuscon, Arizona 












Dahlgren, Victor R 


Unf house 


5000 


3 


5000 


108.00 


28 A Hancock St 












Medford , Mass 












Damon, Jonas Estate 


2 houses 


1 1000 








State Line 


Sorage-Flowage rights 


10000 








New Hampshire 


Woodland 
Sargent land 
Mills & Machinery 


7500 

6000 

18000 


500 








Stock i n trade 


300 




52800 


1 140.48 


Davidson, Harold & 


Martin land 


1000 


7 






Catherine V 


Shore lot E Lake M 


500 




1500 


32.40 


1 8 1 Bonad Road 












Brookline 67 , Mass 












Davini, Joseph P & Grace M 


L M Island 


13500 








66 Belmont Ave 


1 boat 


50 




13550 


292.68 


Winchendon, Mass 












Davol, George, Amy & 


Hilltop cottage 


28000 


28 






Stephen 


Ware land and house 


5000 


8 






and Upjohn, Florence 


Shore land Pool pond 


17000 


12 


50000 


1080.00 


2 Park St 












Boston 7 , Mass 












Day, Pauline M 


Camp-Beauvais Point & 










Box 74 Baldwinville, Mas 


; lots 10-11 


7500 




7500 


162.00 



33 



NAME 


Description and Value 




CO 

9) 


15 => 










u 

< 


2£ 


X 


»— 


DeCelle, Charles K 


Don Fish land 


200 


19 


20C 


4.32 


& Letoumeau, Archie W 












Prospect' St 












Jeffrey, N H 












DeGaetano, John J 


Cottage & lots 33,34,3 9, 










1 2 Marlboro St 


&40,36B-37-38 










Worcester, Mass 


Beauvais Point 


10500 




1050C 


226.80 


Dejonge, Louis 


Hobby Hill 


5000 


28 


500C 


108.00 


1 03 Prospect St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












DeLisle, Antonio D 


Cottage #44 & lots 2 2 5-27 










1 8 2 Clarendon St 


Wood me re 


13500 








Fitchburg, Mass 


1 boat 


50 




1355C 


292.68 


DeMartino, Achilles A 


Cottage #23 Lots 16-17-18 








& Charlotte 


Blk 1 W Lake C 


6500 




650C 


140.40 


7 Read St 












Winthrop, Mass 












Dempsey, Paul W & Ann 


Cottage-Lloyd camp Lake M 


8200 








82 Lincoln St 


1 boat 


50 




825C 


178.20 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Deschenes, Bernice W 


Cottage #96 & Garage WLC 


3800 








Old Peterborough Road 


Davis land & Island WLC 


1000 




480C 


1 03.68 


Jeffrey, N H 












Deschenes, Amedee M Est 


Mi chigan land 


3000 








77 River Street 


Cottage # 52 Browns Pt 


6800 








Jeffrey, N H 


Cottage #9 -Red Cabin 
Cottage #57 & Gar 

Journeys End 
Coreda cottage #58 WLC 


3000 

9000 
8500 










Eunice Cottage #1 WLC 


8000 




3830C 


827.28 


DesChenes, Mrs Eva C 


Hague land 


1200 








77 River St 


Lot #12 


1000 








Jeffrey N H 


Gentsch land 


1500 




370C 


79.92 


Desmarais, Emile J & 


Summer camp & Lots 










Georgette R 


24-27 Blkl WLC 


3800 




380C 


82.08 


Greenville, N H 












Desmarais, Emile & 


Cottage & lots 8-9 


8500 




850C 


1 83.60 


Jeannette M 












7 3 Webster St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Desmarais, Joseph & Ethel L 


Cottage & lots 2 8-29 










1 9 Hyde Park 


Beauvais Point 


10000 




1000C 


216.00 


Winchendon, Mass 












Devlin, Edward J & Anne B 


Barrett land 


300 


6 


30C 


6.48 


343 Prospect Hill Road 












Waltham, Mass 












Devlin, Horace E & 


Sherwin land 


800 


10 


80C 


17.28 


Barbara 












2 1 Tyler Road 












Weston, Mass 












Diefenderfer, Alpha A & 


Cottage #66 Lots 3&4 










E. Olive 


Blk C W Lake C 


5000 




500C 


108.00 


72 5 W Broad St 












Bethlehem, Penna 













34 



NAME 



Description and Value 



2£ 



Diehl, Mary L 

Old Center 

Winchendon, Mass 
Di Pietro, Frank S & Mary M 

1 20 Charles St 
Fitchburg, Mass 

Doble, Oscar E & Ellen 

W Hartford Ave 

Uxbridge, Mass 
Donahue, Robert F & 

Virginia M 

9 9 Westboro St 

N Grafton, Mass 
Donaldson, Mrs Pauline S 

4 8 Hawthorne St 

Cambridge, Mass 
Don I an, Mrs W J Est 

% Edith E Neylon, Exec 

51 Elm Ave 

Wollaston 7 , Mass 
Dove, Matti & Lempi 

235 E Eagle St 

E Boston 2 8, Mass 
Downey, Alan M & 

Louise D 

91 Richmond Road 

Belmont, Mass 
Drago, Paul J & 
Grago, Mrs Mary C 
3 1 Linden Place 
Brookline 46 ,Mass 
Drolshagen, Roger S & 

Claire 

Briand Drive 

Nashua, N H 
Ducharme, Frank E 

4 59 Park St 

Gardner, Mass 
Dumaine, F C Jr 

2 94 Washington St Rml 1 (20 
Boston 8 , Mass 

Dunleavy, Mary A 

41 Gallavan Blvd 

Dorchester 24, Mass 
Durante, John P& 

Angela M 

50 Essex St 

Chelsea 50 , Mass 
Durgin, Chester W 

91 F Street 

SoBoston, Mass 



Cottage H 8 -Woodmere 8 800 



camp on lots 24 & back 

lot - LaChance Div 1 1 000 

Cottage on lot *8 

Monomonoc Terrace 8 500 

1 boat 50 

Trailer on lot *26 

Emerson Pond 3000 



Cottage # 142 & 143 & 

Garage E Lake M 1 3000 

Lot#23 Blk G WL C 125 



Cottage & Land 2 500 

Rantenan land 900 

Cottage & Garage 

Per ley Lake 5800 



Camp #55 W Lake C 5 500 



Lot 2 7 -Rindge Manor 1000 



Cottage 68 W Lake C 4 00 



Arthur Hale Place 12 500 



Camp on lot 1 3&1 4 

Monomonoc Terrace 8000 

Bouley cottage Lot 1 1 

Michigan 2500 



Cottage & Land W L C 3 600 



47 



880C 190.08 



1100C 237.60 



855C 
300C 

13000 
1 2 ii 

3400 



580d 125.28 



5500 118.80 



1000 



4000 



2500 
3600 



184.68 
64.80 

280.80 
2.70 

73.44 



21 .60 



86.40 



12500 270.00 



8000 172.80 



54.00 



77.76 



35 



NAME 


Description and Value 




Ml 













u 
< 


a 3 

2£ 


X 

o 


Dwire, Jesse Jr 


Cottage 1 5 & 8 lots 


6000 




6000 


1 29.60 


287 Wanoosnoc Road 


Wood me re 










Fitchburg, Mass 












Dwire, Jesse Estate 


Cottage # 2 & lots 1 97- 










287 Wanoosnoc Road 


2 00 incl - Woodmere 


6200 




620C 


133.92 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Dyke, Mrs Marie S 


Camp - PineEden 


1500 




1 50C 


32 .40 


1 John St 












Worcester, Mass 












Ebert, Richard & Anna M 


Cottage & lots 10-14 incl 










3 9 Louis St 


Blk G W Lake C 


3700 








Chelsea, Mass 


Lots 30-35 incl Blk G 


500 




420C 


90.72 


Eckart, John R 


Camp & Lots 11-13 










58 Fuller Road 


Paradise Island 


13000 




1300C 


280.80 


Trumbull, Conn 












Eglinton, Douglas & 


Camp on lot 7 P 










Margaret M 


Paradise Island 


9000 




900C 


1 94.40 


RFD 












W Acton, Mass 












Ekstrom, Mrs Helen P & 


Griswold Hill & Cottage 


7000 


14 


700( 


1 1 51 .20 


Carolyn P 












and Wedgwood, Esme A 












PO Box 91 RFD#1 












Brattleboro, Vermont 












Eleftherion, William & 


Pine Point Stand 


4800 








Harriet 


Stock in trade 


20C 




500( 


) 108.00 


7 Caldwell 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Erikson, Mrs Alice 


Unf camp on lot *1 1 










44 Park Street 


Pine Eden 


1500 




150C 


32.40 


Gardner, Mass 












Fairburn, Charles S & 


Log cabin #3 W LakeM 


3500 




350C 


75.60 


Elizabeth L 












1 5 Dunshire Drive 












North Chelmsford, Mass 












Fanning, Mrs Beverly L 


Lots #288,289,294 &295 










1 8 Warren Lane 


Woodmere 


500 




50C 


1 0.80 


Weston 9 3, Mass 












Feldman, Samuel 


Lots '8 & °W Lake C 


400 




40C 


8.64 


28 BurrillAve 












Lynn, Mass 












Femino, John 


Cottage 73 W Lake C 


8000 




800C 


172.80 


1 Frankfurt St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Fenerty, Rufus S, 3rd & 


Town Line farm 


2500 








Norma N 


Bobilee land 


200 








6 1 E Main 


R. Bobille land 


500 




320C 


i 69.12 


Jeffrey, N H 












Ferguson, Mrs Grace B 


Homestead 


7500 


6 


750C 


i 162.00 


1 94 Oakland St 












Wellesley Hills 81 , Mass 












Ferry, Clarence E & 


Lot 9 -Emersonian Park 


300 




30C 


1 6.48 


Clara C 












1 57 Oak HillAve 












Manchester, N M 













36 



NAME 



Description and Value 



0.2 
2£ 



Findlay, Wallace 

111 Pleasant St 

Athol, Mass 
Fisher, Raymond H & Clare B 

Red Stone Hill Rd 

Sterling, Mass 
Fisher, William H & M.Louis^ 

4 Longwood Ave 
Fitchburg, Mass 

Fitzgerald, Ansil L & 

Bernice M 

1 5 Lyman St 

Beverly, Mass 
Fitzgerald, May S 

3 5 Hawthorne St 

W Somerville, Mass 
Fleming, Frederick J 

1 5 Carpenter St 

Orange, Mass 
Fleming, Philip H & 

Dorothy M 

1 00 King St 
Orange, Mass 

Fletcher, Sidney N 

2 5 Walnut St 
Winchendon, Mass 

Fletcher, Sidney N Jr & 

Jeanne C 

1 5 Oak St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Florence, Harold J 

1 7 Franklin 

Winchendon, Mass 
Folsom, E Wilfred & Ada M 

5 Linnet St 
W Roxbury, Mass 

Forrest, Robert H 

6 Harvard Ave 
Dorchester, Mass 

Fosberg, Charles F & 
Inezetta 
Box 4 

5 Berlin, Mass 
Foster, & Hallquist 

66 Highland St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Foster, Harry W & Nada L 

66 Highland St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Foster, Robert T & 

Phyllis O 

5 Brooks St 

Woburn, Mass 



Cottage # 1 32 E Lake M 16500 

1 boat 7 5 

Camp & Lot # 5 Pine Eden 1500 



Camp on lot #3 LaChance Div 7 500 



Cottage #6 3 W Lake C 5000 



Phelps Pasture 4 50 

Cottage on lot #1 6 

Kimball Div 5000 

Cellar on lot #7 

KimballDiv 1500 



Sherwin land 1 000 

Lord Land 3 500 

Cottage # 3 & lots 4 88- 

4 91 incl. Woodmere 9000 



Cottage # 3 Perley Lake 1800 



Brushwood cottage & 

garage E Lake C 1 1 000 

1 boat 25 

Cottage # 5 3 E Lake C 2400 

Camp & lots # 9-l 

Emerson Pond 3 500 

Cottage on lot #14 

Paradise Island 1 7 500 



Maxwell Dwelling & lot 3000 



Lot 200x3 50 (Maxwell) 1000 



Lot 3 Sandy Shores 



3000 



30 



50 



\657t 
1 50C 

750C 

500C 

450 

500C 
1500 

4500 



9000 194.40 



180C 



3425 
3500 



300Ci 



1000 



3000 



358.02 
32.40 

162.00 

108.00 

9.72 

108.00 
32.40 

97.20 



38.88 



289.98 
75.60 



17500 378.00 



64.80 



21 .60 



64.80 



37 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 




15 3 










u 

< 


2£ 


X 

a 


Fournier, Yvonne J 


Land on Riverside land 










21 Sibley Street 


W Lake C 


400 




40( 


1 8.64 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Fraas, William H B 


Cottage ^8 Boathouse 


13000 




3000 


280.80 


30 Crescent Heights 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Frederick, Mrs Martha M 


Cottage-Pool Pond 


7800 




780( 


) 168.48 


447 Princeton Blvd 












Lowe II, Mass 












Fredette, Sarah S & . 


Cottage & Lots 1 & 2 


8000 




800C 


172 .80 


E Francis 












37 Osgood Street 












Gardner, Mass 












Fredey, Emile & 


Cottage on lot *2 3 and 










Gwendolyn B 


lot "2 2 Monomonoc Ter 


10500 








23 Mountain Ave 


lot "12 Monomonoc Ter 


1000 




1 500 


248.40 


Dorchester 24 , Mass 












French, Charles W & Jean B 


Cottage on loP5 










1 5 Peterson Rd 


Paradise Island 


14500 




4500 


31 3 .20 


Gaffney, Francis G 


Cottage & Land-Woodmere 


800C 




8000 


172.80 


1 6 Addison St 












Chelsea, Mass 












Gaffney, Richard E 


Cottage *6 0-Woodmere 


6500 




6500 


140 .40 


1 8 Addison St 












Chelsea, Mass 












Gallant, Joseph A & Lina M 


Camp & lot 5 & 6 










41 2 Chestnut St 


Emersonian Park 


2000 




2000 


43.20 


Gardner, Mass 












Garcia, Frank P & Rose M 


Camp on lot "2 3 and 
lot #24-Kimball Div 










2 1 9 Manning St 


8500 




8500 


1 83.60 


Hudson, Mass 












Garcia, Joseph P & lone A 


Cottage on lot"2 6 










74High St 


Kimball Div 


5800 




5800 


1 25.28 


Hudson, Mass 












Gaseau, Harvey J & Ann K 


Cottage *3 9-Woodmere 










Box 556 S MainSt 


Lots 10 9-1 16 


3000 




3000 


64 .80 


Marlboro, N H 












Gatto, Anthony J & Jean S 


Cottage & Lots 1 ,2,3,4, 










2 Pine St 


1 5, 16, 17, & 18 BlkF 


6500 




6500 


140.40 


Peterborough, N H 












Genest, Mrs Lillian M 


Lor 5 Monomonoc Ter 


1 000 




1000 


21 .60 


8 Congress St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Genovese, Vincent H & 


Cottage on lot "2 6 










Barbara 


LaChance Div 


1 0000 


1 


0000 


216.00 


1 Elizabeth St 












Gardner, Mass 












Giddings, Leroy M & 


Camp & Lots 3 8-39 










AliceH 


Pool pond 


7000 




7000 


1 51 .20 


3 E Broadway 












Gardner, Mass 













38 



NAME 



Description and Value 



_ « 
0.2 

2£ 



Giffin, Harry F Jr 

RFD Route 2 

Charlemont, Mass 
Gilbert, John E & Barbara B 

1 7 Payson Ave 

Easthampton, Mass 
Gill, Harry W & 

Eleanor K 

1 7 1 Cedar Lane 
Westwood, Mass 

Gilmore, Miss Laura B & 
Gilmore, Harold E 

6 62 Park Avenue 
Cranston, R I 

Gingras, Edmond G and 
Vadney, Albert N & 
Viola M 

2 1 3 Regan St 
Gardner, Mass 

Ginns, Haskell & Flora L 

1 6 Edgmoor Road 
Belmont, Mass 

Girvin, Effie T 

136 Main St 

Gardner, Mass 
Goddard, Arthur E 

953 8 Bundy Lane 

Houston 24 , Texas 
Goudreau, Francis J 

7 2 Exeter Street 
Fitchburg, Mass 

Gould, Harold D Jr 

2 3 Blackstone St 
Blackstone, Mass 

Goundry, Robert A & Mary M 

2 Monsen Road 

Concord, Mass 
Graves, Wilfred J & Irene J 

16 Claire Ave 

Baldwinville, Mass 
Gray, Francis A 

68 N Wisconsin Dr 

Binghamton, N Y 
Gray, Ruby Bigelow 

P O Box 3 97 

Palm Springs, Calif 
Green Mountain Well Co 

Putney, Vermont 
Green, Richard L & Betty I 

44 Wynchwood Heights 

Littleton, Mass 
Greenville Mills Div 

Warwick Mills Box 1018 

Manchester, N H 



Camp-Perley Lake 4000 



CottageS. lots PI 5-1 6 

Paradise Island 17 000 

Cottage # 1 39 E Lake M 9000 

2 boats 50 



Cottage #1 5 

Lake Contoocook 4000 



Cottage & Lots 2 & 3 Blk A 
WLakeC 65001 



Lot #34 -Lachance Div 2400 



Cottage #54 Bancroft Hall, 

Lot& Keating lot W L C 7 500 

Shore lot #4 W Lake C 500 

Goddard land 400 



Lot #6 Monomonoc Ter 



1200 



Cottage & Lot #27 -Lachance 

Div 9500 

Jewett Farm land 2 800 



Cottage on lot #24 

LaChance Div 12 000 

Cottage on lot #6 

Wellington Div 1 0500 

McCarthy lot-Lake C 300 



Machinery 30000 

Lot #1 5 Rindge Manor 1 000 



Storage & Flowage Rights 

Pool Pond & Lake C 1 5000 



20 



140 



4000 

1700C 
905C 



8000 
400 



1200 

950(' 
2800 



12000 259.20 



10500 
30(i 

&0000 
1000 



86.40 

367.20 
1 95.48 



400C 86.40 



6500 140.40 



2400 51.84 



172.80 
8.64 



25.92 

205.20 
60.48 



226.80 
6.48 

648.00 
21 .60 



15000 324.00 



39 



NAME 



Description and Value 



o_2 

2>° 



Gregory, Elliot I 

34 Highland St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Gregory, Mrs Marion U 

7 8 Spruce Street 

Winchendon, Mass 
Grivakis, Daniel C and 

Jillson, John R 

1 5 Ledge Court 

Clinton, Mass 
Grugnale, William & 

Florence M 
3 Hadley Court 

Everett 4 9 , Mass 
Grummon, Robert M 

Squantum Road 

Jeffrey, N H 
Haarala, Walter A 

Otter River Rad 

Gardner, Mass 
Hackey, Jerry & Eugenie 

3 5 Laurel 

Leominster, Mass 
Haines, Edward G 

1 OSunset Ave 

Chelmsford, Mass 
Hale, Ernest A & Ruth T 

Longwood Towers 

Brookline 46, Mass 
Hallquist, Charles L & Lila A 

40 Winchester St 

Baldwinvi lie, Mass 
Hampton, National Bank 

Hampton, N H 
Hanks, Alfred E & Rose M 

183 Mill St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Hanley, Francis L & Nesta 

24 Westland Ave 

Chelmsford, Mass 
Hansen, Arthur H 

559 Upper Blvd 

Ridgewood, N J 
Hansen, Elmer S & 

Charlotte O 

206 Vernon St 

Manchester, Conn 
Hansen, Margaret A & 

Christian 

37 Allston Place 

Fitchburg, Mass 
Hansen, Norris O & 

Priscilla M 

1 Glen Gary Rd 
— NeedhaiYi He i ghts, Mdss — 



1 /2 Emory lot 



1/2 Emory lot 

Cottage # 6 1 Lots 470-477 
incl. 41 8-425 incl 
Camp -Pool Pond lots 
23 & 24 & ]/2 lot #2 5 



Cottage & Lots 2 & 3 
Emersonian Park 



Sherwin & Adams lots 
Mowing Land 

Cottage & Lots 1 & 2 and 
1 R &2R Beauvais Pt 

Unf Camp & lots off # 1 1 9 



Camp-Pine Eden 



Sky High 

Converse Place land 

Lot 3 50x2 00 Maxwell 



Bank stock tax 
A J Robbins Land 



Log cabin #2 



Cottage- Pool pond 



Cottage E Lake C 
1 boat 



500 

500 
7000 
4800 

3800 



320 
300 



8600 
500 

6000 



36500 
500 

1000 



800 



3000 



Camp & Lot *2 -Pine Eden 3500 



8000 



6500 
50 



Cottage-Pool pond Lot # 56 5500 



100 



100 



16 

2 



26 
1 



500 

7500 
4800 



3800 


620 


8600 


500 


6000 


3750C 


100C 


80C 


300C 


3500 


800C 


655C 


550C 



1 0.80 

162.00 
103.68 

82.08 

13.39 

185.76 
10.08 

1 29.60 

799.20 
21 .60 

2.00 
17.28 

64.80 

75.60 

172.80 



141 .48 



1 1 8.80 



40 



NAME 



Description and Value 



a> 
o_= 

2£ 



Harjin, Lenho O 

Willard Rd 

Ashburnham, Mass 
Harris, AEmerson & Bernice 

1 232 Main St 

Leominster, Mass 
Haskel I , Andrew R 

24 William St 

Rockland, Mass 



Haskell, Frederick A and 

Foye, John L 

784 Belmont St 

Brockton, Mass 
Hastings, Mrs Florence A 

4 1 Park Ave 

Natick, Mass 
Hawes, Miss Marjorie 

1 03 Med way St 

Providence, R I 
Hayes, Daniel J & Rita G 

389 Main St 

W Concord, Mass 
Haynes, Robert M 

3 Barnsby Road 

Lynnfield, Mass 
Healey, Edward C J & 

Elizabeth A 

3 McKinley St Whalom 

Fitchburg, Mass 
Heden, Axel M & Ingrid V 

7 1 6 Furnace Brook Pkwy 

Quincy 69, Mass 
Hedstrom, Arthur 

437 Lake Ave 

Worcester, Mass 
Heininger, Richard T & 

Josephine R 

1 47 W Broadway 

Gardner, Mass 
Henley, Izora V & Charles E 

1 8 Bemis Rd 

Newtonville 60 - Mass 
Hickey, Gladys B 

55 Wachusetts St 

Worcester, Mass 
Hill, Ano J 

3 9 Charlonne 

Jeffrey, N H 
Hill, Ano J & Edward C 

3 9 Charlonne 

Jeffrey, N H 



Island, Kelley land 



400 



Cottage & lot#l 6 Beauvais PT 7000 

1 boat 50 

Cottage & Land 8500 

Schoolhouse land 500 

Hastings land 900 
Allen-Austin-Bean & 

Symonds land 4 1 

Unf house & lot on Todd Hill 520 



Lot & Hastings cottage 88 0C 
Lake M 

2 boats 5C 

Cottage & McDermott land 9000 



Cottage & Dandlein land 1 000C 

Wellington Piano Box Lana 800 

Lot on # 1 19 500 

Cottage & camp LakeM 1 2 000 
"Winona Birches" 

1 boat 1 00 

Camp on lot#l 1 & rear Ipt 8000 
LaChance Div 



Hodgham land 500 

Johnson pasture 3 0C 

Camp-Pine Eden 1 800 



Lots # 2 0-21 Beauvais Pt 1800 



Camp & out buildings 

2 lots foot Drag Hill 2400 

Lot # 9 -Paradise Island 2 50C 



Thomas )and 1 98 C 

Raymond Land 30C 

Mead lot 40C 

Cyrus Smith Farm 1 50C 

Popple Land 1230 



7 
2 
.75 

19 



6.5 



16 
80 



25 
18 



132 
20 

20 
50 
82 



400 



7050 



1030 
520 



885C 
900C 



I 130C 



1210C 
800C 



80C 
180C 

180C 

240C 
250C 

228C 

313C 



8.64 



152.28 



222.48 
1 12.32 



191 .16 
194.40 



244.08 



261 .36 
172.80 



17.28 
38.88 

38.88 

51 .84 
54.00 

49.25 

67.61 



41 



NAME 


Description and Value 




(A 


0) 

15 D 










u 

< 


2£ 


X 

a 

i— 


Hill, Edward O Est 


Lots # l-6incl. Blk R W L C 


500 




50C 


10.80 


% Mrs Rose Hill, Adm 












28 Morris St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Hill, Melvin 


Lots on new Ipswich Rd 


3 50 




35C 


i 7.56 


83 Highland Ave 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Hoarty, Charles L & 


Cottage & Lot # 6 W Lake M 


7800 








Mary M 


1 boat 


75 




7875 


170.10 


1 55 Summer 












Somerville, Mass 












Hodgen, Hugh C & 


Cottage on lot # 1 Kimball Div 4000 








Mildred A 


Lot #3 3- Kimball Div 


500 




4500 


97.20 


RFD #1 -6 6 Liberty St 












S Acton, Mass 












Hodges, Harold H & Marie P 


Cottage & lots 40-42 incl. 










1 321 E Washington St 


Pool Pond 


7000 




7000 


151 .20 


Hanson, Mass 












Holdsworth, Mrs Esther Hale 


Henry Hale Place 


25000 




25000 


540.00 


43 Lawson Rd 












Winchester, Mass 












Hollingsworth, Schuyler 


J F Morlock land 


750 


75 






Way land, Mass 


Part of Hall land 


300 


23 








Howe Pasture 


500 


50 








Stratton lot (Symonds) 


600 


23 


21 50 


46.44 


Hollis, Lester C & Gladys W 


Lot on # 1 1 9 


2000 


2000 


43.20 


30 DeFrancesco Circle 












Needham, Mass 












Holohan, Paul W & Simone A 


Trailer on 27 A and Lot 26 A 










1 08 Main St 


Kimball Div 


1200 




1 20C 


25.92 


Townsend, Mass 












Home, Mrs Elizabeth M 


Flagg Place land Perley Lake 


1 500 




1 50C 


32.40 


Box 24 6 












Dover, Mass 












Hoyt, Frederick F& Edith B 


Ida Todd Place 


7500 




750C 


162.00 


1 5 BartonSt 












W Somerville, Mass 












Hudson, Herman A 


Cottage & Dickinson land 










Hinsdale, N H 


Perley Lake 


5400 




5400 


1 1 6.64 


Hudson, Robert C & 


Cellar on lot #3 Lake M 


2000 




2000 


43.20 


Adrienne L 


Wellington Sub Div 










57 Dillon 












Leominster, Mass 












Hunt, Harold H 


Prescott Homestead 


6000 




6000 


1 29.60 


40 North St 












Wiochendon, Mass 












Hunt, James A Est 


Hunt lot 


450 


30 


450 


9.7 2 


Winchendon, Mass 












Hunter, Malcolm N 


Cottage & lots 4 3-46 incl 


7000 




7000 


1 51 .20 


23 Cynthia Cirde 


Pool Pond 










Holliston, Mass 












Hunter, Malcolm N & 


Cottage & lots 53-55 incl 


7500 








Barbara V 


1 boat 


50 




7550 


163.08 


23 Cynthia Circle 
— Holliston, Mass 













42 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 


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Hutton, Mrs Alice C 


Camp & Lots #17-18 










54 Old Marlboro Road 


EmersonPond 


8000 




800C 


17 2.80 


W Concord, Mass 












Hyde, Edward B & Florence E 


Cottage #86 & Lot#l 1 










P O Box 91 


Michigan 


500C 




500C 


108.00 


Brookfield, Mass 












lorio, Philip F & Frances G 


Cottage #1 4 & lots 26 8-271 










3 Gilson Ave 


incl. Woodmere-"Calumet" 


8000 




800C 


172.80 


Medford, Mass 












Jaffrey, Town of 


Land & Bullet Pond 


1 500C 








Jeffrey, N H 


Chlorination Plant 


5000 










(Exempt $5000) 






I500C 


324.00 


Jarest, Clifford K & 


Cottage & Lot#7 W L C 


7500 




750C 


162.00 


Dorothy A 












5 Maple Ave - RFD #2 












Peterborough, N H 












Jeffers, Emmett T & 


Lots #2 2-2 3 LaChance Div 


450C 








Margaret C 


Kaipainen Land 


900C 








2 6 Chestnut St 


Lots 1 6,1 8,1 9,21 ,25 &26 










Winchendon,Mass 


and back lots Monomonic Ter 
Lots 4 & 5 -Sandy Shores 
Hubbard Island 


420C 
360C 
300C 










Colby land 


80C 


14 


2510C 


542.16 


Jenney Mfg Company 


Land & Service station 


1600C 








PO Box 1 00 


3 pumps & 3 tanks 


270C 




1870C 


403.92 


Chestnut Hill, Mass 












Jensen, Edward W & Helen L 


Camp on HughgillDiv 


400C 








62 Carpenter Rd 


1 boat 


5C 




405C 


87.48 


Walpole, Mass 












Johanson, Sven 


Converse land -Divol Pond 


300C 


65 


300C 


64.80 


Jaffrey, N H 












Johnson, Aura O 


Lot#26 & Cottage 


480C 








51 Wickman Drive 


Lots 13R-26R incl. 29R, 










Gardner, Mass 


30R & 30A 


200C 










Lot #27 & Trailer Beauvais Pt 


2500 




930C 


200.88 


Johnson, Byron, et al 


Unf camp on lot #3 


750C 








RFD Taylor Road 


LaChance Div 










Fitchburg, Mass 


2 boats 


12< 




762i 


164.70 


Johnson, Carl H & Agnes J 


Hautenan Farm 


7500 


237 


7500 


162.00 


Mill Street 












Medfield, Mass 












Johnson, Herbert 1 


Lot #3 Beauvais Point 


500 




50C 


10.80 


5 1 Wickman Drive 












Gardner, Mass 












Johnston, Mrs Agnes S 


Cottage on lot G & Lot H 


1500C 








4 5 Hopkins Street 


E Lake M 










Reading, Mass 


Lapham land 


1000 




1600C 


345.60 


Johnston, Anna C Est 


Cottage #55 & Gar E L C 


9200 




920C 


198.72 


% Eric R Lorentzen 












5 Beacon Rd 












Hull, Mass 












Jones, George P Est 


Cottage $ Land E Lake M 


12000 








200Lindell Ave 


1 boat 


5C 




1205C 


260.28 


Leominster, Mass 













43 



NAME 


Description and Value 




9 




15 3 










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Joyce, Jessie F Est 


Cottage # 1 34 E Lake M 


8600 




8600 


185.76 


% Mrs Kenneth Berry 












3563 - 7 9th Street 












Jackson Heights, LINY 












Kauppinen, Paul 


Camp-Pine Eden 


80C 




800 


17.28 


36 S Main St 












Baldwinville, Mass 












Keach, Mrs Emma J 


Lot 28A-Kimball Div 


100C 




1000 


21 .60 


1 5 Broad St 




' 








Danielson, Conn 












Keach, Rev Stanley J & Lola 


Lot 2 9A-Kimball Div 


100C 




100C 


21 .60 


26 Dodd St 












Montclair, N J 












Keene, Louis M 


Trailer-Perley Lake 


400C 




400C 


86.40 


1 1 Lakeview Ave 












Beverly, Mass 












Keene, Roy D & Genevieve R 


Cottage & Garage and 










1 1 5 Grant St 


Dickinson lot 


550C 


6 


550C 


1 18.80 


Lexington, Mass 












Keinanen, Mrs Elizabeth 


Camp on Goddard Rd 


120C 




120C 


25.92 


Warren, Maine 












Keller, John P& Elizabeth 


Lot *1 2 LaChance Div 


180C 




180C 


38.88 


Juniper Road 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Kelley, Helen L and 


Cottage on Lots 10-11 










Keenan, Joseph B 


Monomonoc Terrace 


700G 




700C 


151 .20 


4 9 Montvale St 












Rosl indole 3 1 , Mass 












Kellogg, Roberta M and 


Cottage & Stearns land 


900G 




900C 


1 94.40 


Merrill, Marian D 












40 Washington Road 












West Barrington, R 1 












Kelly, Thirza G 


Lot 24 - Rindge Manor 


1000 




100C 


21 .60 


58 Lynde St 












Gardner, Mass 












Kempton, Robert S & 


Cottage ^33 , Parts of lots 










Elizabeth J 


216-219 incl .Woodmere 


750C 








14519 Manor Park Drive 


1 boat 


2i 




7521 


162.54 


Manor Country Club 












Rockville, Maryland 












Kimball, Joseph P 


Cottage on lot *2 Kimball Div 


6800 




680C 


146.88 


4 1 Duxbury Road 












Worcester 5 , Mass 












King , Mrs Myrtle M & 


Jones land 


20C 




20C 


4.32 


Madalyn M 












1 1 8 Vernon St 












Gardner, Mass 












Kingham, Laurence B & 


Cottage *2 8 & Garage 










Lucile R 


Lots 23 2-3 9 inc-Trace # 2 










53 Way land Drive 


unnumbered lot-Woodmere 


950C 




950C 


205.20 


Verona N J 












Kirmil, William R & Lorraine 


Lot "2 -Sandy Shores 


180C 




1 80C 


38.88 


1 9 Dewey Street 












Leominster, Mass 













44 



NAME 


Description and Value 




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Kingsbury, Edward C & 


Lot *2 7 -Emerson Pond 


1 500 




1 500 


32.40 


Alice E 












Rindge, N H 












Knight, Arthur L Jr 


Puzzell lot 


480 


48 


48( 


10.37 


2 5 Glen wood St 












Gardner, Mass 












Knight, Ralph C 


1/4 Knight homestead 


1 100 




1 10C 


23.76 


8A Prescott St 












Maiden, Mass 












Koski, Alvar J & Gertrude M 


Lot-Sandy Shores 


900 




90C 


19.44 


898 Pearl St 












Gardner, Mass 












Kowalsky, William J Jr & 


Cottage & Lots 10-13 incl 










Claire A 


Pool pond 


5000 




500C 


108.00 


4 6 Clifton Ave 












Saugus, Mass 












Kozlowski, Joseph M & 


Camp & lot Wellington Div 


7800 




780C 


168.48 


Henriette P 












88 Dean St 












Belmont, Mass 












Kramer, Howard C & Jessie L 


Cottage #2 6 lots 16 5-172 










2 6 Mrytle St 


incl .-Woodmere 


9500 




950C 


205.20 


Belmont, Mass 












Kruse, Mrs Taimi 


Homestead Garage & 










4 3 Col ten Road 


5 camps 


14500 


10 


1450C 


313.20 


New Rochelle, N Y 












Kulish, John W & Aino 


Mowing land 


300 




30C 


6.48 


Squantum Road 












Jeffrey, N H 












Kwasny, John T & Mary A 


Lot PI -Paradise Island 


3000 




300C 


64.80 


8 Ciaire Ave 












Baldwinville, Mass 












LaChance, Gerard & 


Cottage & lot #8 -LaChance 










Dorilda 


Division 


9000 








1 4 8 Vernon St 


1 boat 


50 




905C 


195.48 


Gardner, Mass 












LaChance, Leo P & Theresa t\ 


\ Cottage & lots 6 & 7 and 










1 Parker St 


1/2 lot #5 


17000 








Gardner, Mass 


McGregor land 


5000 




220OC 


475.20 


LaChance, Luke A & Eva J 


Cottage & lot 4 and 










1 1 1 Bickford Hill Rd 


1/2 lot 5 


14000 




1400C 


302.40 


Gardner, Mass 












Ladeau, Frank E & Mildred F 


Lot #1 6 LaChance Div 


3500 




350C 


75.60 


2 2 Memorial 












Baldwinville, Mass 












LaFleur, Albion J & Doris G 


Cottage #77 W Lake C 


6500 




650C 


140.40 


Off Old Dublin Rd 












Peterborough , N H 












Lahtinen, Martin O 


Log cabin # 4 & lot W L M 


7000 








6 Simond St 


2 boats 


100 




710C 


1 53.36 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Lambert, Edward J &Gabriell 


3 Camp on lot #4 -Emersonian 










1 04 Ash St.,Nashua,N H 


Park 


2400 




2400 


51 .84 


Lambirth, Gene W 


Lots 21-22-23 Blk M 


400 




40C 


8.64 


56 Lincoln St. , Revere, Mass 











45 



NAME 


Description and Value 




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Lamontagne, Robert G & 


Cottage & Lots 14-1 5 










Marjorie L 


Beauvais Point 


8000 




8000 


172.80 


W Main Street 












Westminster, Mass 












Lamothe, Mrs Margaret A 


Cottage ^131 & Garage 


1400C 








84 Hurd Street 


Burns Cottage # 1 30 & 










Fitchburg, Mass 


Garage - E Lake M 


1400C 




2800C 


604.80 


Lanham, Rev Charles W & 


Unf cottage Lot P3 1 - 










Mary N 


Paradise Island 


500C 




5000 


108.00 


1 3 58 New Britain Ave 












W Hartford, Conn 












Lanoue, Henry E & Olivia 


Cottage on lot ^4 


320C 




320C 


69.1 2 


1 1 2 Norfolk St 


Emerson Pond 










Dorchester, Mass 












Lapham, Mrs Maud C 


Pond lots 


200C 




2000 


43.20 


% Mrs Agnes Johnston 












45 HopkinsSt 












Reading, Mass 












Largey, Paul V & Adelle C 


Cottage # 140 & Lot E L M 


1050C 








826 Main St 


1 boat 


10C 




I060C 


228.96 


Leominster, Mass 












Laughlin, Henry A & 


Rindgewood Farm 


8000 




8000 


172.80 


Rebecca L 












Old River Street 












Concord, Mass 












Lawson, Harold D 


Carpenter lot Lake M 


1000 




1000 


21 .60 


Mail Route *6 RFD 












Lexington 73, Mass 












LeBlanc, Camille J & 


Tenny Place 


6000 




6000 


1 29.60 


Germaine A 












108 Harvard St 












Waltham, Mass 












LeBlanc, Desmas E & Bertha M 


Camp on lot ^14 Kimball Div 


5500 




5500 


1 1 8.80 


7 5 High St 












Erving, Mass 












LeBlanc, Mrs Regina 


Camp on lot^l 4 Emerson Pond 


4800 




4800 


103.68 


54 Granite Street 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Legg, Gordon F 


Cottage # 96 &lots 13 5-8 










96 2 Broadway 


incl . Woodmere 


6200 




6200 


133.92 


Everett, Mass 












Lehtinen, George V & Eva J 


Camp & Lot 7 Blk R 










Box 33 


Parcel 5 W Lake C 


3500 




3500 


75.60 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Lemons, Harry P & Lucy and 


Lot *1 , Paradise Island 


2500 




2500 


54.00 


Whitney, Arthur L & 












Elaine R 












New Ipswich, N H 












Leonard, Stuart G 


Cottage # 5 2 & Barn E L C 


8200 




8200 


177.1 2 


P O Box 605 












1 20 W Elm Drive 












Orange City, Florida 












Lepkowski, Joseph 


Cottage on lots 2 2-23 










60 Walnut St 


Beauvais Point 


780C 




7800 


1 68.48 


— Gardner, Mass 









46 



NAME 


Description and Value 




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Letourneau, Oliver D & Sade ! 


» Letourneau land 


100C 




1000 


21 .60 


Box 1 1 1 - R D # 1 












Forge Village, Mass 












Levering, Nancy and 


Part of Sherwin Hill Farm 


270C 


60 


270C 


58.32 


West, Hope H 












3 9 Hickory Drive 












Maple wood, N J 












Lewis, Ralph H 


Cottage on lots # 1 8-1 9 










1 06 Pratt St 


Beauvais Point 


800C 




800C 


172.80 


Lunenburg, Mass 












Liddell, Earl R 


Camp-Pine Eden 


160C 




160C 


34.56 


201 Pearl St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Lightizer, Emily A 


Cottage # 4 2 W Lake C 










4 2 Peterborough St 


and Lots 12-13 


200C 




200C 


43.20 


Jeffrey, N H 












Lightizer, Doris L, Lois L & 


Cottage # 74 W Lake C 


600C 




600C 


129.60 


Joan T 












3 1 Eden Street 












Charlestown, Mass 












Lightizer, James A & Mary 


Cottage & Lots 1 9-20 


120C 




1200 


25.92 


52 9 Pieasant 












Winthrop, Mass 












Lindsay, Thomas B & Altha 


Davis Orchard & Cottage 










Box 52 5 


Lots 652-657 incl. 


3000 




300C 


64.80 


W Groton, Mass 












Livermore, Roland C & 


Camp & Lots 2 3-24-25 










Frances T 


Emerson Pond 


7500 








50 5 Main Street 


1 boat 


25 




75 2 * 


i 162.54 


Acton Center, Mass 












Lockhard, Robert W & 


Flint & Carr land 


300 


25 


30C 


6.48 


Lizette S 












Stone Pond St 












Marlboro, N H 












Logan, John A & Arlene T 


Cottage & Lot P4 










1 93 Sylvan Ave 


Paradise Island 


9000 




9000 


194.40 


Leominster, Mass 












Loring, Edward A 


Cottage & Garage Shore Land 










1 5 Shelburne Road 


Lake M 


1 1500 




1 1500 


248.40 


Wellesley Hills, Mass 












Lovejoy, Albert R 


Cottage # 82 W Lake C 


6800 




680C 


146.88 


60A So Branch Rd 












Neshami, N J 












Lovejoy, Victor & D W 


Lovejoy Farm 


3500 




350C 


75.60 


52 Seminary Road 












Simsbury, Conn 












Lowe, Russell B Jr and 


Lowe Holdings as per plan 


1 1400 


760 






Fish, James A and 


Doll House 


1000 








Robert M, Jr 


Ethel Hutchinson lot 


450 


30 






23 Hickory Lane 


R R Robinson lot & Cottage 


4000 


125 






W Hartford, Conn 


Whitney Pasture 


375 


25 








Ducrow Place 


100 


1 








Jewell Lot 


200 


2 








Brown lot 


1200 




18725 


404.46 



47 



NAME 


Description and Value 




n 
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15 3 










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2£ 


X 

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Mace, Merrill A & Virginia P 


Cottage - E Lake M 


1 1500 




1 150C 


248.40 


108 W Fayette St 












Syracuse 2, NY 












MacLean, Mrs Audrey H and 


Homestead & Stearns land 


7025 




7025 


1 51 .74 


Thomas, Hilda M 












7 80 Greenwich St 












New York 1 4 , N Y 












MacNeil, James J & Louise M 


Homestead 


13000 


13 




4 1 Chester Ave 


Jones land 


600 


3 


3600 


293.76 


Waltham 54 , Mass 












Magee, Hazel E Thomas 


H D Thomas Mowing 


500 


1 .5 


50C 


i 10.80 


552 N Main St 












Leominster, Mass 












Magee, Dr Lincoln J & 


Cottage & Lot # l 


14500 








Esther L 


Pelletier land 


2500 




7000 


367.20 


323 Spring St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Mague. Sophia C & Emily E 


Emory Place 


1 5500 




550C 


334.80 


1 7 37 Commonwealth Ave 












W Newton, Mass 












Mailman, Eugene W & 


Log cabin on lot *2 2 










Carolyn 


Kimball Div 


8000 








3 9 Knox St 


1 boat 


50 




8050 


173.88 


Palmer, Mass 












Mailman, Harry L 


Lot # 2l -Kimball Div 


1200 




1200 


25.92 


34 Dunster Rd 












Needham, Mass 












Majewski, Juri 


Back lot-Lachance Div 


800 




80C 


17.28 


P O Box 'l 












Cheshire, Conn 












Manseau, Joseph E 


Lot* 1 2 Blk H W Lake C 


125 




12f 


2.70 


227 W 16th St 












New York 1 1 , N Y 












Marceau, Mrs Bernadette T 


Unf camp- lot *4 & 1 6 


2500 




250C 


54 .00 


1 85 River St 












Fitchburg,Mass 












Marifiote, Mrs Alice 


Camp & Garage on Rt^l 1 9 


1800 




180C 


38.88 


174 Auburn St 












Cambridge, Mass 












Marks, Charles E & Mary E 


Cottage on lot *1 7 










1 4 Harvey Lane 


Beauvais Point 


7200 




720C 


1 55.52 


Westboro, Mass 












Marks, Elden E & Helen M 


BurtCottage LakeM 


10000 








1 1 George St 


1 boat 


100 




I010C 


218.16 


Newton, Mass 












Martel, Dr Roland O 


Cottage # 24 & Lots 2 2 0-24 










2 Parker St 


incl. 228-231 incl 










Gardner, Mass 


Wood mere 


1 2500 










1 boat 


100 




1260G 


272.16 


Martin, Leo M 


Michaud Land 


300 




30C 


6.48 


Benjamin St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Mason, E L 


Cottage on lots 2 8-3 1 incl. 










47 6 Prospect St , .,,, 
r (cont d) 


& lots 1 5 Blk 1, lots 7-8-9 











48 



NAME 


Description and Value 




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Mason, E L (cont'd) 


Blk P- lots 1 -2-3 Blk G WL C 








47 6 Prospect St 




4500 




450C 


97.20 


Revere, Mass 












Mason, Willard 


Lots 5-6 Blk J, lot 27 Blk P, 










1 7 Parker Street 


Lob 21-22 Blk G WL C 


400 




40C 


8.64 


Everett, Mass 












Masters, Gordon E & 


Unf cottage on lorl 2 










Victoria 1 


Paradise Island 


12000 




1 200C 


259.20 


4 FrancisRoad 












Lexington, Mass 












Matthews, Carl Ray 


Brodmerkle Place 


4800 




480C 


103.68 


Box 202 












So Lancaster, Mass 












Mattson, Urko E & Edward L 


Lot - Divol Pond 


400 




40C 


8.64 


Greenville Road 












Townsend, Mass 












Maurice, John & Mary A 


2 camps-4 cabins 


10000 








1 7 1 Almira Road 


Seppala land 


500 




1050C 


226.80 


Springfield 9 , Mass 












McAllaster, Norman F & 


Cottage & Lot # 4 










Mabel A 


Wellington Div 


1 1000 




1 100C 


237.60 


P O Box 4 56 












West Acton, Mass 












McCaffrey, Eugene G & 


Cottage 1 33 Lake M 


8000 




800C 


172.80 


Eleanor V 












1 2 9 Granite 












Leominster, Mass 












McCarthy, Edward O & 


Cottage #59 & Clay land 


16000 




1600C 


345.60 


Madeline 












260 B Main St 












Medford, Mass 












McCusker, Hugh J & Mary E 


Cottage '63 E Lake C 


9200 




920C 


1 98.72 


195 William 












Stoneham, Mass 












McDonald, Paul V &Florence / 


i Camp on lot #1 1 Michigan 


4200 




420C 


I 90.72 


40 Webster Place 












Brookline, Mass 












McGary, Mrs Mary C 


Ashley Place 


8500 




8500 


183.60 


3129 W 10 9thStreet 












Inglewood, California 












McGrath, Emile, Est 


Cottage # 61 Lots 23-25 incl . 










82 Ohio Ave 


Blk 1 W Lake C 


3500 




3500 


75.60 


Fitchburg, Mass 












McGuire, Edward M & 


Cottage & Land 










Karen T 


Pecker Pond 


4000 


4 


4000 


86.40 


Box 22 - Orchard St 












Lodi, New York 












McLellan, Mrs Margaret A 


Cottage (Allen) 


6000 




6000 


129.60 


Old Gun Rd RT #1 












Midlothian, Virginia 












McSkimmon, W B Est 


John Mann Farm 


4000 




4000 


86.40 


% Donald McSkimmon Adm 












Jeffrey , N H 




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NAME 


Description and Value 




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2£ 


X 

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Medrykowski, Waclaw 


Lot "v Monomonoc Ter 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


32 Greenwood Place 












Gardner, Mass 












Mehegan, Mrs Catherine 


House-Todd Hill Rd 


9000 




900C 


1 94.40 


592 Beech 












Rosl indole, Mass 












Michaud, William H & 


Cottage ^2 1 & Garage, 










Robert P 


Lots 20 5-21 5 incl. & 










Ashbumham, Mass 


part of lots 216-7-8-9 
Wood mere 


9500 




950C 


205.20 


Michniewicz, Stanley E & 


Cottage # 28 W Lake C 


9000 




900C 


1 94.40 


Elizabeth 












47 6 Pleasant St 












Gardner, Mass 












Mikelson, Janis 


Camp-Divol Pond 


1000 




100C 


21.60 


71 Centre St 












Roxbury, Mass 












Miller, Anna 


Back lot-Lachance Div 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


3 51 W Broadway 












Gardner, Mass 












Miller, Boris 


Lot *2 8-Lachance Div 


2000 




200C 


i 43.20 


3 51 W Broadway 












Gardner, Mass 












Miller, F A & Madeline M 


Cottage # 47 & 2 lots 










Box 


( Harnett ) Lake C 


14000 








Leominster, Mass 


3 boats 


400 




1440C 


i 31 1 .04 


Mills, James L & Helen B 


Cottage # 79 W Lake C 


8000 




800C 


i 172.80 


Rte # 2 Kennedy Hill Rd 












Goffstown, N H 












Mineau, Ralph J & Isabel 


Margaret Smith Land Rt 1 1 9 & 










24 Fairlawn St 


Trailer 


1500 








So Hadley, Mass 


Jewell land 


400 




1 904 


41.04 


Miraglia, Mrs Thelma 


Lots 38, 39,40 Blk J WLC 


375 




375 


8.10 


7 Adrian St 












Somerville, Mass 












Mitchell, Mrs Ruth W 


Unf camp Lot "A Lapham Div. 










173 WalthamSt 


E LakeM 


6500 




6500 


140.40 


Lexington, Mass 












Monadnock National Bank 


National Bank Stock 








59.00 


Jeffrey N H 












Monadnock Savings Bank 


HaytPlace 


600 




600 


12.96 


Jeffrey , N H 












Monomonoc Lake Shores, Inc 


Flowage & Storage rights 










Box 226 


LM & Wellington 


35000 




15000 


756.00 


Lunenburg, Mass 












Monomonock Sporting Club 


Clubhouse # 160 & Bldgs 


22000 








% G Curtis Mossman,Treas 


McGregor land 


2000 




14000 


51 8.40 


2 5 High Street 












Gardner, Mass 












Morin, Major Marguerite ME 


Cottage # 8 W Lake C 


8000 




8000 


172.80 


Hq Co USWAC Center 












Ft McClellan, Ala 












Morlock Realty, Inc 


Cottage # 1 55 &camp ELM 


14800 








7 Washington Ave 


Kimball lot 


750 


50 






(cont'd) 













NAME 



50 



Description and Value 



0) 
o_2 

£5 



Morlock Realty, Inc (Cont'd) 

Winchendon, Mass 
Morrison, Floyd E & Rita I 
53 Elm Street 

West Townsend, Mass 
Morriseau, David E 

7 1 Belmont Ave 

Winchendon, Mass 
Motuzas, Joseph F & Rita L 

1 3 Seven Oaks Rd 

No Billerica, Mass 
Mulcahy, James J & 

Frances M 

3 9 Leavitt St 

Hingham, Mass 
Murdock, E Inc. 

5 St James St 

Keene, N H 



Murray, John C & Ruth A 

3 9 Bancroft Rd 

Melrose, Mass 
Narkum, Z Wadsworth 

2 Western Ave 

Lowell, Mass 
Neault, George H & 

Robert J 

2 97 North St 

Walpole, Mass 



Pond lot 400 

Camp on 1/2 lot # 8 4 500 
Emerson Pond 

Lots 3R & 4 R Beauvais Pt 4 00 



Cottage & Lot 2 8 Rindge 

Manor 6 500 

Hale & Rourke Land w/camp 4 800 

McCormack Land 2 00 



Haskell Wood Lot 1400 

Ware land 1 000 

A S Kimball land 675 

Lyons lot 3 90 

Wilder lot 10 50 

H H Rice lots 1200 

Part of Norcross land 1 3 50 

Robbins lot 7 

B F Danforth land 7 50 

Liberty Rand farm 1000 

C H Danforth land 22 5 

Shurtliff 270 

Barrett land 1 500 

Coffin land 100 

Huse land 2 lots 800 

J A Knight land 1 800 

A J Robbins land 1080 

Ramsdell lot 210 

Rugg Sprout land 1 00 

Shore lot Lake M 2000 

Platts lot 50 

Alexander lot 7 80 

Abbott Lot 600 

Danforth land 600 

Nash lot 600 

Ballou land 4 50 

E H Converse land 60C 
Cottage #16 lots 2 52-295 

inc I. Woodmere 850C 

Pecker Pond lot 30 

Iver BrooksFarm 30C 

Buffin land 7 0C 
Cottage # 1 9 & lots 32 2-3 & 

327-33 incl. Woodmere 800C 



70 

40 

45 

26 

70 

101 

90 

7 

50 

107 

15 

18 

50 

7 

40 

60 

90 

14 

6.5 

5 

78 

20 

20 

41 

45 

40 



.5 
35 



1 595C 
450C 

40C 

6500 
5000 



344.52 
97.20 

8.64 

140.40 
108.00 



2065C 
850C 

130C 
800C 



446.04 
183.60 

28.08 
172.80 



51 



NAME 



Description and Value 



at 

2£ 



Neff, Albert L & Minnie E 

235 Gulf Drive 

Venice, Florida 
Newell, Edward H 

1 1 Milk St 

Fitchburg, Mass 
New England Lumber Co 

Greenfield, Mass 
New England Povusr Co 

441 Stuart St 

Boston, Mass 



New England Tel & Tel Co 
% General Manager 

3 5 Green St 

Concord, N H 
New Hampshire Elec Co 

Jaffrey, N H 
New Hampshire Timbers, Inc 

Wilton, N H 
Neylan, Genevieve H 

51 Elm Ave 

Wo 1 1 as ton, Mass 
Nichols, Charles R Jr & 

Barbara 

88 Lawrence St 

Gardner, Mass 
Nilssen, R Helge & Ruth H 

7 5 Simonds Rd 

Lexington, Mass 
Norcross, Frederick P &Julia 

RFD'l 

Fitzwilliam, N H 

Norcross, Leon A & 

Heidel, Ola M 

53 Grove St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Nottingham, Wayne B 

50 Mass. Ave '306 

Cambridge, Mass 
Novak, Edward 
% Mrs Sophie Novak 

1 50 Gore St 

Cambridge, Mass 
O' Brien, Charlotte and 

Spaulding, Beverly 

95 Blossom St 

Fitchburg, Mass 
Ohman, Carl D & Co 

67 Catherine St 

Worcester, Mass 

Okarmus, Frank C & Addie 

1 562 S Brand Pky .Springfie ld, 



Cottage # 3 1 & lots 141- 

148 incl. Woodmere 8 2 00 

Lots #10-14 incl. Blk P WLC 500 



Towne Farm land 244 5 

Power line 269500 

A L Brown land 7 00 

Peter Geddes land 80 

E Murdock land 24 

Harris Rice land 240 

Telephone Bldg & land 10000 



Transmission system 2 3 8012 

Geo A Willard land 57 5 

Lot #24 Blk B -WLC 125 

Acorn Lodge-Wellington 10000 

Camp-B F Danforth Farm 2 000 



Bent pasture 1160 

Packard land 1 6 

D A Robbins land 1 

John White farm land 1 2 5 

1/2 Moore lot 100 



Walter Hale Place 13500 



Cottage #4 1 & lots 7,8,9 

Blk FW Lake C 2800 



Cottage #1 38 E Lake M 8800 



Cottage & land 



7000 



163 



35 

4 

12 
12 



820C 
50C 

244Z 



177.12 
10.80 

52.81 



75 



58 
8 
5 
5 



14 



: 70760 
10000 



?38012 
57 I 
1 2f 



5848.42 
216.00 



5141 .06 

1 2.42 

2.70 



1000C 216.00 



200C 



43.20 



Shore lot & land-Pool pond 2 50C 
Mass 



1 54i> 
10C 



1350C 



280C 



880C 



700C 



250C 



33.37 
2.16 



291 .60 



60 .48 



I 90 .08 



1 51 .20 



54 .00 



52 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 


_ • 
o 3 










u 

< 


2£ 


X 

a 


Olson, Hilbert A & 


Cottage & Lots 18-22 incl 










Marian J 


Pool ,Pond 


400C 




4000 


86.40 


568 North Rd RR 2 












Sudbury, Mass 












Olson, Stanley H & Ada S 


Cottage^9 5 Woodmere 










44 5 Shrewsbury St 


Lot 1 89-1 96 incl. also 










Holden, Mass 


triangular lot adjoining 


880C 




880C 


1 90.08 


O'Neil, Francis B 


Cottage # 4 8 Lots4-9incl 










66 Seneca St 


Blk G W Lake C 


350C 




350C 


75.60 


Fitchburg, Mass 












O'Neil, Thomas P Jr 


Cottage ^3 8 Woodmere 


450C 




4500 


97.20 


3 6 Russell St 












Cambridge, Mass 












O'Neill, John E & Dorothy 


Camp-W Lake C & Lot # 4 










96 F Srreet 


Deschenes land 


120C 




1200 


25.92 


S Boston, Mass 












O'Toole, Austin J, Est 


Cottage & Lot # 9 E Lake C 


9000 








% Mrs Alice G O'Toole, Exec 


1 boat 


50 




9050 


195.48 


7 Carlisle St 












Andover, Mass 












Paine, Wallace B 


Cottage & Lots J&K E L M 


18000 








35 S Main St 


Trailer 


4000 








Baldwinville, Mass 


1 boat 


100 




>2100 


477.36 


Pajari, Wilbur H 


Cottage & Lots 1 4-T7 incl 










1 7 Oak Street 


Pool Pond 


4000 




4000 


86.40 


Baldwinville, Mass 












Palazzolo, Pasquale A & 


Cottage # 97 & lots 1 -4 










Barbara L 


Incl. Blk J 


3000 




3 000 


64.80 


7 2 Wad worth St 












East Boston, Mass 












Palermo, Mrs Grace 


Cottage & Lots 2 5-29 incl. 










52 Watts St 


Blk Z Lots 11-16 incl Blk L 










Chelsea, Mass 


WLake C Lots 2 5-34 Blk M 


4800 




4800 


103.68 


Palm, Ture A & Signe R 


Lot-Perley Lake 


1500 




1 500 


32.40 


44 5 E Foster St 












Melrose, Mass 












Parhiala,J A & Cecilia M 


Towne Farm land 


300 


30 






New Ipswich, N H 


John F Hale land 


540 


54 


840 


18.14 


Parker, Louis E 


Camp & Lots 17 5-6 










Lawrence St 


Woodmere 


2500 




2500 


54.00 


Pepperell, Mass 












Parks, Reginald 


Tarbell land & bldg 


4000 


63 






1 95 Main St 


Metcalf land 


1000 


75 


5000 


108.00 


Winchendon,Mass 












Patari, Anton 


Walter Hale land 


2000 


100 


2000 


43.20 


Rindge State Rd-Box 1 47 F 












Ashburnham, Mass 












Patch, Charles 


Cottage *] -Perley Lake 


2000 




2000 


43.20 


4 3 Beech St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Patenaude, Verne L & 


Cottage &lot^2 Wellington 










Kathryn - Rindge, N H 


Division 


1 5500 




1550C 


334.80 


Pattison, Mrs Natalie B 


Cottage 47 Lots 11-14, 










3 1 Carolina N E 


31-34 Blk J 


3000 




3000 


64.80 


Albuquerque, N M 













53 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 

9) 












U 
< 


2£ 


X 


*— 


Paul, Frederick H Jr & 


L F Hale Place 


16000 


20 


1600C 


345.60 


Elizabeth 












58 3 Watertown St 












Newtonville, Mass 












Payne, R W Inc 


White land-Converseville 


1200 




120C 


25.92 


Wood Ave 












Keene, N H 












Peabody, Bayard W 


Camp & Lot B Lapham Div 


3000 




300C 


64 .80 


105 SO Main St 












Baldwinville, Mass 












Perry, Donald 1 & Anette 


Cottage & Lot E Lapham Div 


12000 








43 Peterborough Rd 


Part of lot J 


500 








Jaffrey, N H 


} boat 


50 




12550 


271 .08 


Perry, Mrs Lenna W 


Schoolhouse lot & Dan Fish 










Squantum Rd 


land 


1 125 


75 






Jaffrey, N H 


Cottage & Island Emerson Pone 


1 500 










Rindge lot & Keyes land 


850 


85 








Wheeler land 


100 


.25 


3575 


77.22 


Perry, Mrs Lenna W and 


Goodnow-Ramsdell land 


1275 


85 






Hanna, George R Trs 


Wetherbee land 


1275 


85 






w/w James B Perry 


Winchester land 


450 


30 






Jaffrey, N H 


Elson Converse land 


780 


65 








Pond land 


6390 


71 


10170 


2 1 9.67 


Peterborough, Savings Bunk 


Malo Place 


4500 




4500 


97 .20 


Peterborough, N H 












Phillips, Charles E & Joyce G 


Part of loF7 in 4 th range 


450 








26 Washington Place 


Unf cottage ^53 E Lake M 


7500 








Glen Ridge, N J 


1 boat 


50 




800( 


) 172.80 


Pigeon, Mrs Florence H 


Camp & Lots # 2 9-60 incl. 










2 Hammond Rd 


65-72 incl &81-87 incl. 










Belmont, Mass 


Wood mere 


17000 




I700C 


367 .20 


Pine Eden Association 


Land-Pool Pond & Community 










% Mabel C Hedstrom 


House 


10000 


1 5 


10000 


216.00 


437 Lake Ave 












Worcester, Mass 












Pisarczyk, Stanley F & 


Cottage &Lot # 9 


8200 




8200 


177 .1 2 


Gertrude A 


Monomonoc Terrace 










Manchonis Rd 












No Wilbraham, Mass 












Pliska, Chester J & Helen 


Camp on lot*l LaChance 


9000 




9000 


1 94 .40 


129 Whalom Rd 


Div 










Fitchburg, Mass 












Pope, George B Jr & 


Cottage "30 vVoodmere 










Vivian G 


Lots 1 3 3-34,1 3 9-40 


8000 




8000 


172 .80 


23 1 Marshall St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Popple, Raymond E 


L a ng Place (land) 


800 




800 


17 .28 


West Lake Road 












Fitzwilliam,N H 












Porter, Howard W & Frances D 


Cottage &Lots35&36A 










24 Crescent Heights 


Beauvais Point 


9500 




9500 


205.20 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Priest, Lloyd W 


Lot 30A-Kimball Dv 


1 000 




1 000 


21 .60 


31 Central St-So Acton, Ma: 


s 











54 



NAME 



Description and Value 



— • 
0.2 

3£ 



Priest, Earle 

Pine Eden 

Rindge, N H 
Puhakka, Tauno O & 

Wieno T 

88-16 196th Street 

Hollis 23, NY City N Y 
Puopolo, John P & Jane B 

27 3 Washington St 

Arlington, Mass 
Puopolo, Louis R & 

Charlotte A 

1 6 Homer Rd 

Arlington, Mass 
Putnam, Earl U 

Sturbridge, Mass 
Putnam, Fred M Est 

Rindge, N H 
Quatrale, Philip 

1 9 Prospect St 

Fitchburg, Mass 
Randell, William N & 

Margaret M 

7 5 Wilshire Park 
Needham, Mass 

Randolph, Richard F 
1 20 Livoli Drive 
Holliston, Mass 

Rathburn, John K 

Surrey Raad 

Gilsum, N H 
Ray, Mrs Eleanor G 

8 Cliff St 
Worcester 7 , Mass 

Ray, R Miles & Helen D 

1 64 Grove St 

W Medford, Mass 
Raymond, Amy B & Madeline 

and Gay, Mrs Ruth R 

54 Cole Avenue 

Providence 6 , R I 
Reid, Raymond M Jr & Joan G 

6 90 Casmalia Way 

Sacramento, California 
Rhuland, Frank A & 

Florence M 

2 1 Clayton 
Maiden, Mass 

Rindge Manor Lake Shores, Inc 
P O Box 2 26 
Lunenburg, Mass 



Camp-Pine Eden 
Camp-PineEden 

Homestead 
1 boat 



3200 
3000 

15500 
50 



Lots # 27 & 28 Kimball Div 1600 

Lot 32-Kimball Div 800 

Cottage # 2 1 W Lake C 6 000 

Bryant Place-W Rindge 1 1 500 

Lot #1 5-LaChance Div 1800 



Cottage W Lake C 7 800 

1 boat 2 5 



Cottage # 24 Lots 23-28 Incl 

W Lake C 6 500 

Nault land 300 

lboat 50 

Cudworth land 50 

Flagg lot 50 



Lot "2 2 -Emerson Pond 



1000 



Cottage & Lots 7 3-78 incl 

Woodmere 7 800 

2 cottages # 1 44 &1 4 5 ELM 12000 

1/3 Smith land 50 



Cottage # 50 & Lot 4 W L C 8800 



House & Steeves land 



1 5500 



Crowcroft Development & 

Storage & Flowage rights 4 0000 



1 .5 

.5 



6200 

I 5550 

1600 

800 

6000 
1500 
1800 

7825 



10 



6850 

100 

1000 

7800 
2500 
8800 
5500 



133.92 

335.88 

34.56 

17.28 

129.60 

248.40 

38.88 

169.02 



147.96 

2.16 

21 .60 

168.48 
270.00 
1 90.08 
334.80 



4000C 864.00 



55 



NAME 


Description and Value 




Ml 


_ • 

15 3 










U 
< 




X 

a 


Ring, Alvah O 


Cottage & Lot Wellington Div 


8000 




800C 


172.30 


207 5 Beacon St 












Waban 6 8 , Mass 












Rix, Clayton E & Charlotte 


Camp on lot *3 -Emerson Pond 4 50 




4500 


97 .20 


8 Pequot Road 












Way land, Mass 












Robb, William A & Evelyn K 


Camp on lot 1 3 -Kimball Div 


4000 




4000 


86.40 


Manchester St 












Keene, N H 












Robideau, Peter Est 


2 Lots 1 57 & 160 Woodmere 










% Mrs Edna 1 Burke 




600 




600 


12.96 


81 Washington St 












Rochester, N H 












Robillard,Armand A & 


Lot # 2 9-LaChance Div 


1800 




180C 


38.88 


Gloria J 












South Road 












Temple ton, Mass 












Rolland, Martin G 


Cottage # 5 & Lots 502-509 










54 Woodchester Dr 


Woodmere 


7500 




750C 


162.00 


Weston, Mass 












Rose, Fred J & Ruth B 


Hammond Cottage-Perley Lake 


5000 




500C 


108.00 


446 E 20th St 












Newyork 9, N Y 












Rose, William Est 


Cottage # 17 & 10 lots 










67 Underwood Ave Apt 


Woodmere 


9000 




900C 


1 94.40 


10 D 












W Newton 65, Mass 












Rostedt, Paavo E 


Cottage on lots 1 5 &1 6 










1 20 Whittemore St 


Emerson Pond 


7500 




750C 


1 62.00 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Rouisse, Robert E, Sr & Eva 


Cottage on lot ^8 -Kimball 










1 4 1 Rodiman Ave 


Division 


7500 




750C 


162 .00 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Rozes, Harry & Jessie 


Cottage # 59 & Lot 










Purgatory Road 


Woodmere 


6200 




620C 


133 .92 


Middleton, R 1 












Rugg, Cleron S 


Cottage # 51 W Lake C 


3500 




350C 


75.60 


StateLine, N H 












Rugg, Frank H 


Camp-Pine Eden 


2800 




280C 


60 .48 


33 FairhavenRoad 












Worcester, Mass 












Rupner, Irina 


Cottage on lot ^9 










Avery Street 


LaChance Division 


9000 








So Windsor, Conn 


1 Boat 


25 




9025 


1 94 .94 


Rutherford, Mrs Eleanor D 


Cottage # l 58 W Lake M 


8500 








1 1 7 Prospect Street 


Colburn land 


4500 




3000 


280.80 


Reading, Mass 












Rutherford, Peter G Est 


Cottage # 1 56 W Lake M 


9000 




9000 


1 94 .40 


1 1 7 Prospect Street 












Reading, Mass 












St. George, Leonard & 


Cottage # 4 2 Lots 1 -2 8 










Cecelia 


incl . Woodmere 


14000 








4 9 Stratton Road 


Cottage # 1 6 2 E Lake M 


16000 








Jeffrey, N H 


2 boats 


100 




10 1 00 


650.16 



56 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 


_ • 










4) 

w 
U 

< 


0.2 

2£ 


X 

a 


Solvate, Joseph & Mary 


Cottage #4 6 A Lots 8,9,10 










86 Division St 


Blk 1 WLake C 


2800 




280C 


60.48 


Chelsea 50 ,Mass 












Sampson, Mrs Elizabeth W 


Cottages # 1 27 &1 28 E L M 


15000 








96 Appleton St 


Bush Hill Land 


600 


10 


1 560C 


336.96 


Arlington 7 4 , Mass 












Sandback, Mrs Helen K 


Cottage # 147 E Lake M 


8900 








% John Q Tilson, Jr , 


1 /3 Smith Land 


500 




940C 


203.04 


Wiggins & Dana 












20 5 Church Street 












New Haven, Conn 












Sargent, Harold T & Freda M 


Cottage # 4 & 1 8 lots 










7 3 Linden Street 


W Wood me re 


8800 




880C 


1 90.08 


Winchendon, Mass 












Sawyer, Alfred P & Fay S 


Duncan land(Tanpin) 


100 


2 






Turnpike Road 


Demers, Hallock, Popple, 










Jeffrey, N H 


Jones, & Bradford lot 


900 


61 


1000 


21 .60 


Sawyer, Arthur F and 


Cottage & Lots 10-11 










Vinson, Esther S Est 


Michigan 


2500 




250C 


54.00 


46 Highland St 












W Medway, Mass 












Sawyer, Jason C 


Grassy Pond Island & camp 


1200 




1200 


25.92 


Old Turnpike 












Jeffrey, N H 












Scannell, Bartholomew J Jr 


Cottage *56 & Garage 


13000 








and Beckvold, Louise 


2 boats 


100 




13100 


282.96 


PO Box 












Lowell, Mass 












Scarrel, Alexander, Est 


Camp-Pine Eden 


2800 




280C 


60.48 


4 5 Prospect St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Schatz, Anna Est 


Cottage # 40 & Lots 8 9-96 










Edward A Schatz, Exec 


incl . Woodmere 


8200 




820C 


177.12 


2404 Valencia Drive 












So Gate, Sarasota, F4a 












Schnippel, Charles L & 


Witherton Hill & Cottage 


6000 


43 


600C 


129.60 


Lembia 


Trailer & camp 










R D # 3 












W Reading, Conn 












Scholl, Warren A Jr 


Converse & Wellington land & 










46 Fisher Street 


camp 


3500 


50 


3500 


75.60 


Natick, Mass 












Schwab, Charles A 


Camp on Damon land 


500 




500 


10.80 


Box 1432 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Schwer, Edith M 


Cottage ^1 36 & Garage 


10000 




0000 


216.00 


3 Lathrop Ave 












Westfield, Mass 












Seppa, Oscar 


Cottage & Wellington land 


5000 








26 Addison St 


New camp 


18000 


i 


23000 


496.80 


Arlington, Mass 












Setzco, Walter 


Camp & lots 1 ,2 , & 3 










Pleasant St R F D 


Monomonoc Terrace 


8000 








Leominster, Mass 


Lots ^3 5 LaChance Div 


2000 




0000 


216.00 



57 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 


_ • 










© 

i_ 

u 
< 


0.2 
2£ 


X 


t— 


Shea, Grace E and 


Unf cottage on lot ^2 5 










Markavirick, Alberta 


Kimball Division 


8500 




8500 


183.60 


1 1 Grove St 












Peterborough, N H 












Shelton, Paul S 


Camp on lot ^6 Pine Eden 


3200 




3200 


69.12 


Oldham Road RFD Box 27; 


i 










Westboro, Mass 












Sherwin, John P 


Cottage # 1 57 W Lake M 


9000 




9000 


1 94.40 


181 N Lincoln St 












Orchard Park,N Y 












Sibley, John W & Delina A 


Bush Hill 


2500 


223 


2500 


54.00 


1 1 8 Brown 












Winchendon, Mass 












Singer, Irving & Josephine F 


Cottage - Pool Pand 


8000 




8000 


172 .80 


3 52 Marlborough St 












Boston 1 5, Mass 












Sivula, Anna M and 


Kelley land & Cottage 


1800 




1800 


38.88 


Tyyne Sivula Est 












1 52 Mechanic St 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Slavin, Robert L & Sylvia E 


Cottage on lot #1 7 










1 1 Locust 


LaChance Division 


8500 








Winchendon, Mass 


1 boat 


50 




8550 


1 84.68 


Smith, Mrs Ellen R 


Cottage^62 E Lake C 


6500 




6500 


140.40 


Jeffrey, N H 












Smith, Esther 


Cottage & Lot*3 Wellington 










3237 Harrison St 


Division 


14500 




14500 


313.20 


Hollywood, Florida 












Smith, Marshall W& Persis 


Lot H -LaChance Div 


2000 




2000 


43 .20 


Old Centre 












Winchendon, Mass 












Smith, Richard 


Cottage W Lake C 


6000 




6000 


129.6 


1 06 Osgood St 












Gardner, Mass 












Smith, Stanley, M & Joanne 


Cottage-Lots # 24-25 










3 2 Greenwood Place 


Beauvais Point 


7800 




7800 


1 68.48 


Gardner, Mass 












Snow, Henry A & Helen E 


Cottage& Part of lot CE L M 


1 1 500 








43 Summer St 


3 boats 


400 




1 90C 


257 .04 


Shrewsbury, Mass 












Solomita, Louise N 


Cottage- Pool ,Pond 


8500 








467 Linco In Ave 


1 boat 


1 00 




8600 


1 85.76 


Sangus, Mass 












Spear, LeRoy F 


Camp on lot ^1 3 Pine Eden 


1 600 




160C 


34 .56 


24 Riverside Place 












Walpole, Mcpss 












Starrett, Edwin B & Evelyn 


Wellington land and cottage 


8800 


9 


8800 


1 90.08 


1 8 Pitman Road 












Athol, Mass 












Stather, Donald G 


Camp-Pool Pond 


7500 




750C 


162.00 


1 3 Goldsmith Ave 












Beverly, Mass 













NAME 



Stearns, Herman E 

4 SO Central St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Steinberg, Diana 

1 8 Devon Terrace 

Nesvton Center, Mass 
Stevens, Bernice I 

1 1 8 High Street 

Winchendon, Mass 
Stevens, Burton M Exec 
u/w Holland K Brooks 

50 Alpine Road 

Fitchburg, Mass 
Stevens, Roger T & 

M Lorraine 

P O Box 1 05 

Amherst, N H 
Stone, Lester & Ruth 

3 2 Paine Street 
Worcester 5 , Mass 

Stratton, Frederick M 

Jeffrey, N H 
Stuart, Benjamin F Jr & 

Geraldine L 

Elm Street 

Baldwinvi lie, Mass 
Sullivan, Anthony C 

1 Crescent St 

Keene,N H 
Sund, Bernhard W 

PO Box 531 

Leominster, Mass 
Swanbeck, Florence L 

1 9 Lincoln St 

Franklin, Mass 
Taylor,, Mrs Mabel E 

7 High St 

Milford, N H 
Teixeira,Mrs Pearl L 

W Peterborough, N H 
Thomas, Albert D 

1 5 Cottage Place 

Leominster, Mass 
Thomas, Carl B & Betty L 

Base Hill Road 

Keene, N H 
Thomas, Ezra H 

7 3 MapleAve 

Leominster, Mass 
Thompson, George R & Helen 

4 1 Nightingale Ave 
Quincy 69, Mass 

Thrasher, Lee W 

Box 1 1 4 R D 3 

Troy, N Y 



58 



Description and Value 



2£ 



Lord Land 20 



Lots # 1 ,2,3 Blk D WL C 375 



1/2 Tucker lot 140 



Cottage on lot 7 Wellington 

Division 12000 



Camp on lot 31 LaChanceDiv 7000 
Lot # 3 1 R LaChance Div 7 50 



Flagg Place (Jewell) 

Stock in trade 
Cottage E Lake M 



2200 

1500 
1 1000 



Cottage # 7 & Lots 4-7 incl. 

Blk AW Lake C 5200 

Camp-Hughgill Div Lake M 3 500 



Cottage # 4 5 Lots 21 -24 incl 

Blk J W Lake C 4500 

1/3 Etta Todd Place 2 500 

Lot # 8 Emersonian Park 1 000 

1/2 Allen Land 450 

Camp & Lots 2 8-31 -Pool Pond 7500 



1/2 Allen Land 



Lot in E Rindge Village 
E Rindge Chapel 

Cottage in E Rindge 



450 



600 
1000 

1 500 



1 .5 



18 



30 



30 



200 
375 
140 

12000 

7750 

2200 

1500 
I 1000 



5200 
3500 

450C 
2500 

1000 

450 

7500 
450 

1600 
1500 



4.32 
8.10 
3.02 

259.20 

167.40 

47.52 

32.40 
237.60 

1 12.32 
75.60 

97.20 
54.00 

21 .60 
9.72 

162.00 

9.72 

34.56 
32.40 



59 



NAME 



Description and Value 



4) 

0.2 

2£ 



Tibbetts, Donald C & 

Lorraine C 

31 2 South St 

Northborough, Mass 
Tice, Charles F & Clara 

53 Mechani"c St 

Fitchburg, Mass 
Tierney, Gerald F Jr & Joyce 

2 5 Bennett St 

Hudson, Mass 
Tikkanen, Paul & Jeanne 

4 5 Clover Court 

NewMilford, N J 
Tisdell, RevWilfred A 

Winchendon, Mass 
Toko, Ernest H, Pauline & 

Oliver 

1 95 Marshall St 

Fitchburg, Mass 
Tonn, Arnold A & Jean P 

92 2 Matthew Street 

Bristol, Conn 
Tosdal, Harry R 

7 Bow Road 
Belmont 7 8 , Mass 

Towne, Archie 

1 1 5 Park St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Turco, Joseph J & Doris M 

8 1 Marvin Ave 
Franklin, Mass 

Turner, Mathewson A & 

WilmaF 

1 550 Main St 

Newington, Conn 
Vaillette, Edgar & Louise 

1 80 Central St 

Leominster, Mass 
Vaine, Arthur W & Annabelle 

Elmwood Road 

Winchendon Springs, Mass 
Valade, Albert E Sr & 

Eunice C 

44 Glenallen St 

Winchendon, Mass 
Valonen, Carl O 

R F D # 1 Box 3 1 

Troy, N H 
Van de Graaff, Catherine B 

4 Summit Road 

Lexington, Mass 
Veautour, J Edmund Jr 

1 2 6 Hollywood St 

Fi*'-hhiirg J bAOU 



Back lot & 1 2 A Beauvais Point 



800 



Cottage # 8 lots 399,402-404 
incl. 407-409 incl. 
WWoodmere, 6 200 

Lot #31 A Kimball Div 1 000 



Lots 27R-2 8R Beauvais 

Point 1200 

Land and Buildings 

BeauvaisPoint 2 5000 

1 cottages, Boathouse & 

Island 15000 



Cottage & Lot 57 Pool 

Pond 4 000 

Adams Place 2 000 
Mague Pasture, Hunt 

Gardner land 1000 

Emory land 12 00 

Smith Land 450 



Callahan lot W Lake C 800 



Cottage & Lot F E Lake M 12 000 

1 boat 50 



Cottage & Lots 12-13 
Beauvais Point 

Hughgill Land 



8000 
1 500 



75 

70 
80 
30 



Unf camp & lots 3 2-35 incl 

Pool Pond 7 00 



Lots 65 & 66-Pool Pond 1 500 



Homestead - Todd Hill 2 1500 



Camp & lot 8 Emerson Pond 2 800 



800 



6200 
1000 



1 200 

>500C 
15000 

400C 



P220C 
45C 



80C 

1 205C 

800C 
1 50C 

700C 

1 50C 

fel 50C 



17.28 



133.92 
21 .60 



25.92 

540.00 
324.00 

86.40 



479.52 
9.72 



17 .28 

260 .28 

1 72 .80 
32 .40 

1 51 .20 

32 .40 

464 .40 



280C 60 .4 



60 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 


© 










* 
U 

< 


o.2 
2£ 


X 

o 

i— 


Vincent, Paul G & Theresa L 


Cottage $ lots 36&37 










1 7 1 Leamy St 


Pool Pond 


7000 




7000 


1 51 .20 


Gardner, Mjss 












Vorce, James N & Shirley R 


Farrar Land 


500 


8 


500 


10.80 


R F D # 2 












Peterborough, N H 












Vose, William C & Alice E 


Cottage & Lot D Lapham Div 










Box 176 


E Lake M 


8000 




8000 


172.80 


Amherst, N H 












Walaschek, Albert R 


Lot # 1 1 &1 2 Emerson Pond 


2000 




2000 


43.20 


259 E 8th St A P t79 












S Boston 27 , Mass 












Walaschek, Mrs Gertrude M 


Camp on lot 1 3 Emerson Pond 


1200 




1200 


25.92 


442 East 5th St 












S Boston 27 , Mass 












Walker ,Richard 1 & Lillian F 


Colby lot & camp 


860 


43 






8 Camp Drive 


Phelps & Sargent Meadow 


480 


24 






Selden, L l,N Y 


Jones Meadow 


1300 


65 








Ingalls Mill Priviledge 


200 




2840 


61 .34 


Walker, Vernon E 


Lots 21-22 BlkF W Lake C 


250 




250 


5.40 


Dublin, N H 












Walsh, John T & Mary E 


Cottage # 46 & lot E Lake C 


10500 




0500 


226.80 


7 3 Chelmsford St 












Dorchester, Mass 












Walsh, Lawrence H & AdaR 


Cottage & Lot Wellington 










7 6 Hollywood Place 


Div - Lake M 


1 1 500 




1500 


248.40 


Huntington, N Y 












Walz, Gertrude C Est 


Cottage # 92 & Davis land 










% Hans G Walz 


E Lake C 


7800 




7800 


168.48 


1 4 Sunset Rd 












Wellesley 81 , Mass 












Webber, M B, Est 


Antill Place 


4000 


50 


4000 


86.40 


Bedford, Mass 












Webster, Mrs Wilbur E 


20 lots-Woodmere 


1600 




1600 


34.56 


7 5 Houghton St 












Hudson, Mass 












Welch, Alphonse J, Est 


Cottage #7 5 W Lake C 


12000 


' 


2000 


259.20 


1 8 Pacific Court 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Wellington, Elliot G 


Cottage # 8 9 & Davis land 










7 8 Simmons St 


W Lake C 


7500 




7500 


162.00 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Wellington, Paul 


N T Wellengton Place 


5000 








Yale St 


Kimball lot 


740 


37 






Ashland, Mass 


Wellington, Hale, Converse 












lot 


2500 




8240 


177.98 


Wellington, Ralph A J, Est 


Wetherbee Land 


280 


14 


280 


6.05 


2 8 67 Hampton Road 












Cleveland 20 , Ohio 












Wellington, Ray N & 


Cottage 8 8 W Lake C 


7800 




7800 


168.48 


Elizabeth C 












27 1 Grove Ave 












Leominster, Mass 


' 










Wentworth, Leonard D &Mary 


Lot 8-Paradiselsland 


4000 




4000 


86.40 


9 9 Holden St, Worcester, Mass 













61 



NAME 


Description and Value 




M 
• 


H 3 










u 

< 


2£ 


X 


t— 


West, Hope H 


Cottage ^54-Woodmere 


14000 




4000 


302.40 


3 9 Hickory Drive 












Maple wood, N J 












West Wood mere Assoc 


Parks & Avenues at West 










% Mrs Marion J Bagley 


Wood mere 


1000 




1000 


21 .60 


33 Pine St 












Peterborough, N H 












Wetmore, Roy D & Marjorie M 


Lovejoy lot 


1000 


100 






49 Glenn St 


Hubbard lot 


850 


85 






Athol, Mass 


Brooks land 


450 


45 








Thomas Mason land 


680 


68 








Raymond Sherwin land 


1 280 


128 








Watson lot 


1000 


100 








C H Thomas land 


720 


72 








Crowe Lot 


250 


25 








Sherwin land 


90 


9 


6320 


136.51 


Wharff, Conroy H & Helen J 


Cottage # 124- 2 lots 


6000 




6000 


129.60 


74 Fairview Rd 












Lunenburg, Mass 












Wheeler, Raymond E, Est 


Land at Woodmere 


2000 




2000 


43 .20 


% Mrs Grace B Wheeler 












139 Elm St 












Winchendon, Mass 












White, Andrew J, Est 


Cudworth Place 


180 


18 






547 Central St 


Toombs lot 


80 


8 






Winchendon, Mass 


Howe land 


400 


40 








Smith lot 


300 


30 








Howe lot 


400 


40 


1 360 


29.37 


White Bros, Inc 


E 1 Wellington land 


600 




600 


12.96 


Winchendon Springs, 












Mass 












White, Mrs Margaret H 


Cottage # 1 61 W Lake M 


16000 








HighSt 


LaChance land 


2000 




8000 


388.80 


Winchendon, Mass 












Whitney, Carleton E 


Cottage & Land 


8500 


1 






8 Vale St 


1/3 Undivided land 


100 




8600 


1 85.76 


Peterborough, N H 












Whitney, James M & Helen B 


Phillips land (Bartlett) 


500 


50 


500 


1 0.80 


40 Fifield St 












Nashua, N H 












Whitney, Lyman S 


Cottage & Land 


8500 








4 Lafayette Rd 


1/3 Undivided land 


100 




8600 


1 85.76 


Barrington, R 1 












Whitney, Marcus M, Est 


Cottage *1 54 LakeM 


10800 


' 


0800 


233.28 


% John W Whitney, Exec 












51 1 Central St 












Winchendon, Mass 












Wiggin, Stephen P & Edna 


Camp on lot ^64 -Pool Pond 


3200 




3200 


69.12 


E Main 












Greenville, N H 












Wihtelin, Otto & Onni 1 


Camp & lot-Divol Pond 


1800 




1 800 


38.88 


6 Nichols St 












Fitchburg, Mass 













62 



NAME 


Description and Value 




m 


a> 










fl> 

w 
U 

< 


D.2 

2£ 


X 

o 


Wilder, Richard H 


Don Woodard Lot 


500 




500 


10.80 


2 7 Myrtle Ave 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Wilkinson, Arthur W & 


Cottage W Lake M Hughgill 










Katherine E 


Division 


14000 








1 9 Crescent Heights 


2 Shore lots 


2000 


16000 


345.60 


Fitchburg, Mass 












Willey, Kenneth E 


Camps & Lots 5&6 










55 Rest Way 


Emerson Pond 


5000 




5000 


108.00 


Springfield, Mass 












Williams, Abraham S & 


Cottage & Lot(Knight) 










Joan A 


Pool Pond 


9000 








1 2 Oak Street Terrace 


Cottage (Ph illips) 


7000 








Shrewsbury, Mass 


1 boat 


25 




16025 


346.14 


Winchell, George H 


1 boat 


200 




200 


4.32 


3 9 Simmons Ave 












Belmont, Mass 












Winchester, Leon H 


Cottage # 1 & Lots 518- 










2 1 Park Ave 


2 5 incl. Woodmere 


7000 




7000 


1 51 .20 


Worcester, Mass 












Wolanske, Benjamin J & 


Camp W Lake C 


7200 




7200 


1 55.52 


Jennie 












48 5 Pleasant St 












Gardner, Mass 












Woodmere Assoc Inc 


Parks &un-numbered lots 


2500 




2500 


54.00 


% Jessie Dwire Jr 












2 87 Wanoosnoc Road 












Fitchburg, Mass 












Woollacott, Elizabeth N 


Cottage 7 1 & Garage 


16000 








Turkey Hill Road 


Marceau sub-division 


2500 








Lunenburg, Mass 


Shore lot ^2 


600 




9100 


412.56 


Wozmak, Dr C Francis 


Cottage # 80-WLake C 


16000 




16000 


345.60 


Main St 












Jaffrey, N H 












Wright, Florence E 


Cottage "z Pearly Lake 


2500 




2500 


54.00 


Gilsum, N H 












Wright, Walter F 


Cottage # 26 W Lake C 


3000 




3000 


64.80 


Woodside Ave 












Wellesley, Mass 












Young, James E 


Lots#l & 1A Kimball Div 


1200 








85 Lincoln Ave 


1/3 Tucker lot 


140 


30 


1340 


28.94 


Winchendon, Mass 












Zablonski, Anthony C &Sophie 


Camp-Hughgill Div 


4500 




4500 


97.20 


87 Church St 












Gardner, Mass 












Zenker, Karol R & Louise P 


Cottage & Wellington land 


5000 




5000 


108.00 


47 Halcyon Road 












Newton Center, Mass 












Zerinsky, Robert 


Parker & Rand lot 


600 








266 Front St 


Sargent lot 


500 




1 100 


23.76 


Winchendon, Mass 












Zitzow, Ada 


Leighton Place 


9500 


8 


9500 


205.20 


1 5 Intervale Terrace 












Reading, Mass 













63 



NAME 



Description and Value 






Zographos, Aristide G & 
Grace 

24 2 Massachusetts Ave 
Boston, Mass 



Ballou land 



900 



90C 



1 9.44 



REPORT OF THE FIRE WARDEN 
AND YOUR DISTRICT CHIEF 

During the past year New Hampshire faced the greatest 
forest fire threat to its woodlands in more than sixty years. The 
continued drought brought home to our citizens, as never be- 
fore, the potential threat of destructive fires to their beautiful 
and valuable forests, homes and livelihood. In true American 
tradition of meeting a common threat by volunteer effort, this 
fire danger was minimized by active prevention, patrol and a 
relinguishing of personel rights for the common good. It was 
the greatest demonstration of public cooperation ever experi- 
enced by those responsible for local and state fire control. The 
ready forces of volunteer fire services kept the losses low. For 
their effort and public response the general fire service expresses 
its heartfelt thanks for a job well done. 

Prevention however, is not just an activity for the bad fire 
years. It must be practiced until it becomes a part of our public 

conscience a habit. Just plain carelessness with fire causes 

too many of our fires. 

The following practices and suggestions will help: 

1. Always have a permit for outdoor burning and burn 
within the terms of the permit and in a safe place. Burn 
late in the afternoon when the wind is down or on 
rainy or damp days. Check you fire and if winds de- 
velop extinguish it promptly. 

2. Carry your rubbish to the public dump — its safer. A 
neglected backyard incinerator causes many fires. 

3. Never discard lighted cigarette or match. Make this a 
year round habit regardless of the safety of your sur- 
roundings. 

4. Children caused fires are now a major concern. Keep 
matches away from them and teach them to respect 
fire and not make it a subject of play. 

Lets all join with "Smokey the Bear" and "Keep New Hamp- 
shire Green" and growing in 1964. 

Number of fires and burned area in 1963 

Fires Area Acres 

State 873 2,117 

District 128 116 

Town 5 25V2 

JOHN B. CROSBY, JR. 
Warden 

CORNELIUS WOOD 
District Chief